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10.14: Evolution of Simple Cells

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cyanobacteria

Single celled prokaryotes that were extremely abundant in the Precambrian and that changed the atmosphere to one containing oxygen.

photosynthesis

The process in which plants produce simple sugars (food energy) from carbon dioxide, water, and energy from sunlight. Photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide and releases oxygen.

prokaryote

Single-celled organism that lacks a nucleus or membrane-bound organelles.

stromatolite

Reef like cyanobacteria that still exist today.

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