Last universal ancestor Art
Posted in the Zoology Forum
Since: Sep 11
#1 Nov 21, 2011
Hello - I am an artist who is doing a decorative drawing piece which incorporates the earliest microorganisms that humans stemmed from. I know the bacteria of the Paleoarchean era are a good choice for starting - and from my understanding they look pretty simple (pellet-like). I want to go on to draw in eukaryotes, but I am not sure what the earliest eukaryotes were - or what they’d look like. Can anyone provide some help? Perhaps the names of these eukayotes (ex. euglena, trypansoma, etc.)? Any resources would be helpful - I want to be as correct as possible. Thank you.
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