Chlorophyta


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  • noun

Synonyms for Chlorophyta

large division of chiefly freshwater eukaryotic algae that possess chlorophyll a and b, store food as starch, and cellulose cell walls

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Ulva, a Chlorophyta, was found abundantly in most of the places.
Of the 22 species for division Rhodophyta, only half of them were consistently found at every sampling event; however, of the Chlorophyta only three species were consistently present and only two of the Ochrophyta.
O taxon Chlorophyta foi mais abundante no trato digestório, representando quase que a totalidade de algas presentes.
The results for the Chlorophyta showed population changes for the majority of non-cyanobacteria during the experiment.
V P Coccotylus truncatus P B Furcellaria lumbricalis V P B Polysiphonia fucoides P Rhodomela confervoides P PHAEOPHYCEAE Fucus vesiculosus V P Pylaiella littoralis P CHLOROPHYTA Cladophora glomerata V P Ulva intestinalis P CHAROPHYTA Chara aspera V P MAGNOLIOPHYTA Myriophyllum spicatum V P Potamogeton sp.
The some 70,000 known algae are typically divided into three general types: chlorophyta or green algae, phaeophyta or brown algae and rhodophyta or red algae.
prisca to be freshwater/brackish green microalgae related to Botryococcus braunii [6, 25] (Phylum Chlorophyta, kingdom Protista) and the polymorphism of G.
Rhodophyta can be found in saltwater environments, chlorophyta in freshwater environments, and cyanobacteria in both environments.
2010 Marine Algae of the Northern Gulf of California: Chlorophyta and Phaeophyceae.
As for dinoflagellates and chlorophyta, the maximum recommended levels of density should be, respectively, 500 and 50,000 cel.
Agardh) Kutzing E&W DIVISION CHLOROPHYTA Order Ulotrichales Family Ulotrichaceae Ulothrix flacca (Dilwyn) Thuret E&W Order Dasycladales Family Polyphysaceae Polyphysa polyphysoides (P.
0 and 10 m, the species diversity of Heterokontophyta was mainly represented by Mallomonas caudata (Ivanov); Chlorophyta by Chlamydomonas polypyrenoideum (Prescott); Bacillariophyta by Melosira granulata (Ehrenberg) Ralfs and Asterionella formosa (Hassall), respectively.
The Chlorophyta and the Chrysophyta accounted for 86% of the genera richness.
They are morphological and physiological unions of one or more photosynthetic partner(s), which can be a cyanobacterium from the Monera kingdom or green algae from the Chlorophyta division of the plant kingdom, and one or more fungal partner(s) from the Ascomycetes or Basidiomycetes (Aslan, 2000).