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Unformatted text preview: 2. Symbiotic 3. Heterotrophic c. Coccolithophorids i. Protist ii. Small, flagellated iii. Calcium carbonate cell walls (chalk) d. Cyanobacteria i. Bacteria ii. Filamentous and unicellular iii. Do nitrogen fixation ii. Seaweeds 1. Multi-cellular a. Not sophisticated enough to be a part of plant system 2. In most cases are anchored and remain in shallow water 3. Three groups of seaweeds: a. Brown b. Red c. Green iii. True plants 1. Truly Marine Plants a. Seagrasses 2. Salt-Tolerant Plants a. Spartina (salt marsh) b. Mangrove...
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- Spring '08