|MadSci Network: Evolution|
I have been studying the evolution theory, which I find so interesting. I believe that Plants and animals all evolved from different cells. Like animals from regular bacteria cells and plants from cyano-bacteria cells. I have not yet found any answers. Even my microbiology teacher can't answer this question. Plants use photosynthesis to produce nutrients and life while animals just intake nutrients in other ways. Cyano- bacteria lives from photosynthesis. Then the different phylums of plants just make it so obvious to me. Did animals and plants evolve from different cells?
Re: Are there two different evolutions; one for plants and one for animals?
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