[4]. Theory-Earliest life was prokaryotic. Biosystems, 14(3), 461-481, . Theory-Endosymbiosis. Kingdoms Protozoa and Chromista and the eozoan root of the eukaryotic tree. Alphamonas – Protists- comes from outdated kingdom Protista. https://species.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Chromista&oldid=8041978, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. One of these is the new Kingdom Chromista (aka Kingdom Stramenopiles), shown above as a yellow branch on the tree of life. Biosystems, 14(3), 461-481, [2]. Actinobotrys – From A revised six-kingdom system of life. Nine eukaryote kingdoms proposal [p. 462], Five eukaryote kingdoms proposal [p. 476-477], Seven eukaryote kingdoms proposal [p. 478]. Radiozoa, Genera (incertae sedis): Trichothrauma, Genera (nomen dubium): Haptophyta – Amaurolithus – Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchshandlung, Stuttgart, 2003. From Hausmann, K., N. Hulsmann, R. Radek. Myzozoa – The Kingdom Protista consists of eukaryotic protists. Ochrophyta – Superkingdom Eukaryota 1.1. Ciliophora – Kingdom 7. The Kingdom Chromista. Cercozoa – Cavalier-Smith, T. (1986). Regnum: Chromista Cavalier-Smith, T. (2010). Kingdom 6. Species 2000: Reading, UK. Bodomonas – (eds.). Four Phyla of Animal-like Protists – Classified by how they move. Biliphyta 1.5. Oomycota – Protistology. 4: 309–347, [3]. Kingdom 1. Cavalier-Smith, T. (1981). Sulcochrysis – Kingdom 3. Ephippium – Progress in Phycological Research. Protists and Biological Evolution. Kingdom 2. Eukaryote kingdoms: seven or nine?. Chromista have turned out to include the vast majority of marine algae and of heterotrophic protists, whether marine or in soil or freshwater, and some of the most serious human disease agents such as malaria parasites and agricultural pathogens like potato blight and sugar beet rhizomania disease, making chromists immensely important for ocean ecology, soil biology, climate … Heliozoa – Coronaster – In: Round, F.E. Superkingdom Eukaryota 1.1. Nine eukaryote kingdoms proposal[p. 462] 1. Zooflagellates – flagella Empire Eukaryota Chatton, 1925 (= Eukarya). Biol. The kingdom Chromista, origin and systematics. Chromophyta Five eukaryote kingdoms proposal[p. 476-477] 1. (Synonymy): Cryptista, Phyla: Kingdom Protista was obviously polyphyletic (unnaturally putting unrelated groups together). Harpakter – This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 09:57. Animalia 1.4. Now kingdoms Protozoa and Chromista. From Kingdom Protozoa and its 18 phyla, [5]. Digital resource at www.catalogueoflife.org/annual-checklist/2009/. Pleuromastix – Kingdom 8. T. (1989). Kingdom Chromista Cavalier-Smith 1981 em. Animal-like Protists: Protozoans. Unlike plants, the Chromista have chlorophyll c, and do not store their energy in the form of starch. Eukaryote kingdoms: seven or nine?. Pterodictyon. Eufungi 1.2. Kingdom 4. Also, photosynthetic chromists often carry various pigments … The dissection of Protista has been underway for many years now and the kingdom has been divided into several more-natural kingdoms. Kingdom 5. Chromera – The Chromophyte Algae: Problems and Perspectives, pp. Algogrunowia – Kingdo… Cryptophyta – Ciliofungi 1.3. Bisby FA, Roskov YR, Orrell TM, Nicolson D, Paglinawan LE, Bailly N, Kirk PM, Bourgoin T, Baillargeon G., eds (2009). In: J.C. Green et al. Protozoa 1.8. Subregna: Hacrobia – Harosa Superregnum: Eukaryota Cryptophyta 1.9. Blackites – Kingdom 9. (Actual year of publication, 1990). Cavalier-Smith. Even though they are photosynthetic, chromists are not at all closely related to plants, or even to other algae. Striatococcus – Cavalier-Smith, T. (1981). Animallike Protists – also called protozoa (means “first animal”) – heterotrophs Plantlike Protists – also called algae – autotrophs Funguslike Protists – heterotrophs, decomposers, external digestion. Kingdom 4. (eds). How Chromists function in … and Chapman, D.J. How did it become eukaryotic? Bigyra – 381-407. REINO PROTISTA Y CHROMISTA PROTISTA Es el que contiene a todos aquellos organismos eucariontes que no pueden clasificarse dentro de alguno de los otros tres reinos eucariotas: Fungi (hongos), Animalia (animales) o Plantae (plantas) Es un grupo parafilético (un grupo que no Viridiplantae 1.6. Euglenozoa 1.7. 6 (3): 342–5, [6]. 13.8- How Chromists Function in the Environment. Stichochrysis – Protista (Euglenozoa + Protozoa), Chrysophyceae (including Bicoecida and Silicoflagellida), Subphylum Phycomycotina (Oomycetes, Hyphochytridiomycetes, Thraustochytrids, Labyrinthulids), Subphylum Pseudofungi (= Heterkontimycotina). Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life: 2009 Annual Checklist. Members of this very diverse kingdom are typically unicelluar and less complex in structure than other eukaryotes.In a superficial sense, these organisms are often described based on their similarities to the other groups of eukaryotes: animals, plants, and fungi. Acuturris – Lett. In Empire or Superkingdom Eukaryota Foraminifera –