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Why are Green Algae considered as the Ancestors of Land Plants?

Why are Green Algae considered as the Ancestors of Land Plants?

Advertisements Why are Green Algae considered as the Ancestors of Land Plants? The green algae are considered as the ancestors of land plants due to the presence of morphological, cytological and biochemical similarities, and phylogenetic evidence. Some of the points in support of this view are briefly given below: Parent Article: 11 Types of Algae … Read more

11 Types of Algae With their example.

Types of Algae

Advertisements In this article, we will learn about different types of algae and their characters such as; Chlorophyceae (Green algae), Phaeophyceae (Brown Algae),  Rhodophyceae (Red Algae), Xanthophyceae (Yellow-Green Algae), Chrysophyceae (Golden Algae), Bacillariophyceae (Diatoms), Cryptophyceae, Dinophyceae, Chloromonadineae, Euglenineae, and Cyanophyceae or Myxophyceae (Blue-green algae). What is Algae? Algae mainly found in aquatic environments, they are … Read more

Life cycle of Algae: Haplontic, Diplontic, Diplohaplontic, and Triphasic.

Life cycle of Algae

Life cycle of Algae Advertisements Sequential changes of the different pages through which an organism completes the life process, starting from zygote to the zygote of the next generation is called the life cycle. There are four types of life cycle in algae such as; 1. Haplontic Life Cycle In this life cycle plants are … Read more

Economic Importance of Algae: Food Industry, Chemical Industry, Agriculture, Medicine

Economic Importance of Algae

Economic Importance of Algae Overview Advertisements Algae is a photosynthetic, eukaryotic marine organism. Their size ranges from unicellular microalgae to giant kelp. Algae are characterized by their lack of flowers, formal roots, leaves, or even stems.  They can grow anywhere such as in the dirt or on rocks, marine water, freshwater, etc. Algae are variable … Read more

Algae: Algae Reproduction

Algae Reproduction

Algae Reproduction Overview Advertisements Algae uses different types of reproduction methods such as; Vegetative Methods Budding Cell Division Fragmentation Bulbils Hormogones Amylum Stars Asexual Reproduction or Reproduction by Spores Akinetes Autospores Aplanospores Bispores Carpospores Endospores Exospores Hypnospores Monospores Neutral Spores Paraspores Statopsores Tetraspores Zoospores Sexual Reproduction Isogamy Anisogamy Oogamy Autogamy Different Modes of Algae Reproduction … Read more

Thallus Organisation in Algae

Thallus Organisation in Algae

Thallus Organisation in Algae Algal thallus ranges from unicellular to multicellular form and size ranges from a few microns to some meters. The smallest unicellular algae is Micromonas pusilla which is 1 μm (0.00004 in.) in size and the giant kelps contain the longest thalli that reaches up to 60 m (200 ft) in length. … Read more

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