This eukaryotic phylogenetic tree represents the phylogeny of all eukaryotic lineages, with microbial 'protists' accounting for the vast majority of this diversity. The eToL has been summarized in a few (five to eight)'supergroups' since the early 2000s. This tree has recently been heavily remodeled, owing primarily to the maturation of phylogenomics and the addition of numerous new 'kingdom-level' heterotrophic protist lineages. In contrast to earlier models, which were molecular and other biological data syntheses, the current eToL is almost entirely derived from molecular phylogenies, as shown in this eukaryotic phylogenetic tree diagram. Go ahead and start using EdrawMax to create phylogenetic trees for your class.