Is Chlorophyta a protist?


Is Chlorophyta a protist?


Protists are more often than not microscopic and unicellular organisms. They are a diverse kingdom of organisms made of an organized cell with a nucleus and specialized parts called organelles.

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Yes, organism members of Chlorophyta are considered protists. Chlorophyta comes from the Greek khloros which means green and -phyta which means plant....

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What is a protist? Learn about Kingdom Protista and protista characteristics, including types of protists, protista examples and if protists are eukaryotic.

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