Are humans Amorphea?

sapiens and S. cerevisiae are both in the Amorphea supergroup, we have also included their classification in Metazoa (i.e., animals) and Fungi, respectively. Contents 1 Are fungi unikonts? 2 Are humans opisthokonts? 3 Are supergroups clades? 4 What defines Unikonta? 5 Are humans Unikonta? 6 What are the key characteristics of opisthokonts? 7 Is Amoeba …

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Are prochlorophytes Cyanobacteria?

The prochlorophytes are a diverse group of photosynthetic prokaryotes that fall within the cyanobacterial lineage, yet lack phycobilisomes as light harvesting structures. Instead, the prochlorophytes have a light-harvesting apparatus composed of the higher plant pigments chlorophylls a and b. Contents 1 What are characteristics of Prochlorophyceae? 2 What is Prochlorobacteria? 3 Where are Prochlorococcus found? …

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