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Chlorophyta, a division of green algae, includes about 7000 species of mostly aquatic photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. Like the land plants, green algae contain chlorophylls a and b, and store food as starch in their plastids. They are related to the Charophyta and...
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The orders outside the Chlorophyta are often grouped as the division Charophyta, ... In older systems the Chlorophyta may be taken to ... Chlorophyta/GA ...
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Chlorophyta usually have biflagellated gametes. ... Abedon, Stephen T. "Kingdom" Chlorophyta. ... Chlorophyta: Green Algae. ...
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Chlorophyta- means green plants (green Algae) ... first fossil record of Chlorophyta was once believed to ... http://128.171.10/BOT201/Algae/Chlorophyta.htm ...
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The colors of Chlorophyta range from Green to Orange. ... However, the Chlorophyta do not produce organisms that approach the size of large Kelps ...
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about 500 genera with 8000 species. How old are they? ... 90 %of species in freshwater habitats. 10 % marine species are predominantly tropical species; many ...
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Get information, facts, and pictures about Chlorophyta at Encyclopedia.com. ... Z. Chlorophyta. Home > ... Chlorophyta , phylum (division) of the kingdom ...
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Contains information on the fossil record, life history, ecology, systematics, and morphology.
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Green Algae. Charophytes. Charales (Stoneworts) Coleochaetales. Desmidiales (Desmids) ... Klebsormidiales. Zygnematales. Chlorophyceae. Micromonadophyceae ...
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Encyclopedia article about Chlorophyta. Information about Chlorophyta in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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The following text was prepared as part a project-presentation-study of Biodiversity, by St. ... Chlorophyta form the largest division of algae , and ...
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A review of the biological group of Green Algae and their importance to humans. ... Introduction Chlorophyta form the largest division of algae , and arguably the ...
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Melkonian, M. (1990) Phylum Chlorophyta: Introduction to the Chlorophyta. ... (1995) Phylogeny of the Chlorophyta: Congruence between ultrastructural and ...
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Cells of the Chlorophyta contain organelles called chloroplasts in which ... Chlorophyta: Class Chlorophyceae - Class Chlorophyceae This group contains the ...
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The Chlorophyta have largely been delineated by molecular techniques, so it is a ... We know of two possible synapomorphies of the Chlorophyta. ...
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Chlorophyta summary with 3 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, summaries, research information, and more. ... Search "Chlorophyta" Get Physiological ...
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Chlorophyta contains the green pigments chlorophyll a & b which are the same as ... The Chlorophyta have a simple life cycle in which it alternates between a ...
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