green and brown algae - C. some used in soups as...

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Green algae A. chloroplasts B. autotrophs C. probably the ancestors of modern plants I. Examples a. Unicellular – chlyamydomonas sp. b. Filamentous – ulva lectuca c. colonial – volvox sp. Brown algae A. many purposes (food, home, animals) B. all marine
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Unformatted text preview: C. some used in soups as seaweed/kelp D. contain chlorophyll for photosenthesis but also many accessory pigments like alginic that help thicken products I. examples a. Fucus sp. b. Nereocystis sp. c. Macrocystis sp. d. Laminaria sp....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 1102 taught by Professor Elmore during the Spring '11 term at Middle Georgia State College.

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