BIOL 203 Chromalveolate Flashcards | Quizlet

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These observations are also consistent with the chromalveolate hypothesis, which proposes that several major groups of eukaryotes, including alveolates, haptophytes, cryptophytes, and heterokonts, may form a monophyletic group with a photosynthetic common ancestor, and that nonphotosynthetic members are secondarily so.

Genomic studies of the evolution of haptophytes and dinoflagellates with emphasis on the chromalveolate hypothesis

plastid evolve through tertiary endosymbiosis

These observations are also consistent with the chromalveolate hypothesis, which proposes that several major groups of eukaryotes, including alveolates, haptophytes, cryptophytes, and heterokonts, may form a monophyletic group with a photosynthetic common ancestor, and that nonphotosynthetic members are secondarily so.

A Hypothesis for the Evolution of Nuclear-Encoded, Plastid-Targeted Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Genes in “Chromalveolate” Members

The assumed chromalveolate monophyly manifested in the chromalveolate hypothesis is deduced from a particular model of plastid evolution, stating that the chromalveolate plastid originated from a single secondary endosymbiotic event where a red plastid was acquired in the common ancestor of all chromalveolates.

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