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  1. Green alga (4059 bytes)
    1: ...to.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Photo of Green and Brown Algae]]
    3: {{Taxobox_begin | color = lightblue| name = Green algae}}
    13: ... [[Plantae]] or with the [[Protist]]a. The green algae include unicellular and colonial flagellates, us...
    15: ...hich were presumably acquired from ingested green algae, in the latter case retaining a vestigial nucleu...
    18: ...cies are often found living in nature without the algae.

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  1. Botany (8977 bytes)
    11: ...en to them by botanists; and bacteria, fungi, and algae are usually covered, somewhat superficially, in ...
    47: ...domonas reinhardtii]]'' (a single-celled, green [[alga]]) is another plant model organism that has been ...
  2. Biological life cycle (3738 bytes)
    15: * Some [[green algae]]
    28: * Some [[brown algae]]
    40: Sporic meiosis occurs in [[plant]]s and many [[alga]]e. Having multicellular individuals in both phas...
  3. Ploidy (4598 bytes)
    8: Most [[fungus|fungi]], and a few [[alga|algae]] exist as haploid organisms, male bees, wasps a...
    10: [[plant|Plants]] and other algae switch between a haploid and a diploid or [[poly...
  4. Landform (3582 bytes)
    3: ...[salt marsh]]es, and the work of [[coral]]s and [[alga]]e in the formation of [[reef|coral reefs]].
  5. Plant (13010 bytes)
    7: * '''[[Green alga]]e'''
    31: ... and the [[fungus|fungi]] and several groups of [[alga]]e were removed to new kingdoms. However, these a...
    38: ...tic plants. Plants are distinguished from [[green alga]]e, from which they evolved, by having specialize...
    49: ==Algae and Fungi==
    50: ... alga|red]], and [[brown alga]]e. These and other algal groups also include various single-celled creatu...
  6. Vascular plant (3349 bytes)
    19: ... and other [[gymnosperm]]s, but not [[moss]]es, [[alga]]e, and the like ([[nonvascular plant]]s). They a...
  7. Algae (8082 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Brown_algae.jpg|300px|thumb|right|A seaweed on a California ...
    2: ...considered more animal-like ([[protozoa]]). Thus algae do not represent a single evolutionary group, bu...
    4: ...or [[phagocytosis|phagotrophy]]. Some unicellular algae rely entirely on external energy sources and hav...
    6: All algae have photosynthetic machinery ultimately derived...
    8: ...ces such as [[agar]] or fertilizer. The study of algae is called '''phycology''' or '''algology'''.
  8. Protozoa (1279 bytes)
    1: ... [[alga]]e. In some newer schemes, however, most algae are classified in the kingdoms [[Plant]]ae and [...
  9. Cell (biology) (28190 bytes)
    29: ...orms such as [[plant]]s, [[animal]]s, and [[brown alga]]e also exist.
    69: ...ly in photosynthetic eukaryotes like plants and [[algae]]. There are a number of plant organelles that a...
    134: |in [[algae]] and [[plant]]s
  10. Eukaryote (9230 bytes)
    35: Plants and various groups of [[alga]]e also have [[plastid]]s. Again, these have the...
    67: ...yte|Land plant]]s, [[green alga|green]] and [[red alga]]e
    69: | [[Chromista]] || [[Brown alga]]e, [[diatom]]s, [[water mould]]s, etc.
  11. Chloroplast (2430 bytes)
    2: ... (biology)|cells]] and [[eukaryote|eukaryotic]] [[alga]]e which conduct [[photosynthesis]].
    10: It is interesting to note that in some algae, chloroplasts seem to have arisen through a seco...
    16: Algal chloroplasts may be golden, brown, or red and sh...
  12. Seaweed (2271 bytes)
    2: ...[seagrass]] which are [[vascular plant]]s and not algae.
    8: * [[Thallus (tissue)|thallus]]: the algal body
    19: ...to wrap [[sushi]]. [[Irish moss]] is another red alga used in producing various food additives.
  13. Toad (5772 bytes)
    53: ... tadpoles are [[herbivore]]s, feeding mostly on [[alga]]e, whereas juvenile and adult toads are [[carniv...
  14. Protist (3773 bytes)
    8: * [[Red alga|Rhodophyta]] (red algae)
    41: ...ay be included among the Plantae, but the [[brown alga]]e developed separately.
    43: ...The latter two are related to brown algae, golden algae, diatoms and the like, forming a group called th...
  15. Coral reef (11599 bytes)
    4: ...pecially, although not entirely, species of [[red alga]]e.
    6: ... symbiotic relationship with types of microscopic algae that photosynthesize for them. Because of this, ...
    28: ...tal areas in suffocating amounts, also known as [[algal blooms]] (Sadovy, Y.J.).
  16. Photosynthesis (9830 bytes)
    3: ...stry|biochemical]] process in which [[plant]]s, [[alga]]e, and some [[bacterium|bacteria]] harness the e...
    15: == Photosynthesis in algae and bacteria ==
    16: ...iety of colors, located inside chloroplasts. All algae produce oxygen, and many are autotrophic. Howev...
    29: ...ed from some other reducing agent. In plants and algae this role is played by water, resulting in the p...
  17. Genetic code (15677 bytes)
    273: ...r Glutamine (a variant also found in some [[green alga]]e), or UGA codes for Cysteine. Another variant ...
  18. Cell (29541 bytes)
    29: ...orms such as [[plant]]s, [[animal]]s, and [[brown alga]]e also exist.
    69: ...ly in photosynthetic eukaryotes like plants and [[algae]]. There are a number of plant organelles that a...
    134: |in [[algae]] and [[plant]]s
  19. Fungus (12992 bytes)
    50: ...organism, usually a [[cyanobacterium]] or [[green alga]]. A lichen behaves in so many ways like a single...
    85: ...r with the [[golden alga]]e, [[diatom]]s, [[brown alga]]e and allies. The chytrids were also formerly ex...
  20. Lake (11397 bytes)
    24: ...es typically have poor clarity and are subject to algal blooms. Lakes typically reach this condition due...
    40: ...nktonivorous) fish, thus increasing the number of algae (see [[aquatic trophic cascade]]). The light dep...

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