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Synonyms for Chlamydomonas

type genus of the Chlamydomonadaceae

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No one is going to invite Chlamy to the family reunion, of course.
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Their work started with a single-celled green alga nicknamed Chlamy (pronounced "clammy"), short for Chlamydomonas.
Chlamy can reproduce sexually, not with egg and sperm, but rather with some cells roughly corresponding to "female" and "male.
In these studies, decreases in scallop escape responses have been observed in association with increasing reproductive energy demands (mainly glycogen) in Chlamys islandica, Euvola ziczac, and Argopecten purpuratus (Brokordt et al.