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What are Algae? Are autotrophs and can be uni or multi-cellular. Have chlorophyll used in photosynthesis, are a important food source, and come in a variety of colors. (green, yellow, red, brown, orange or black)
What are Euglenoids? Can be Autotrophs and/or heterotrophs, are Unicellular live Fresh water have Flagellum for movement and Eyespot that detects light (for photosynthesis)
What are Dinoflagellates? Are Unicellular and are surrounded by stiff plates (silica). Have two flagella, Glow in the dark (Photoluminescence)
What are Diatoms? Are Unicellular, have glass-like cell walls (silica), are a important food source . Move by oozing out slime after they die and make diatomaceous earth- used as a polishing agent (cleaners and toothpaste) also Insecticide (kills insects!)
What are Red- Algae? Multicellular seaweeds, are a food source to most Asian and are carrageenan and agar a (thickener)
What are Brown- Algae? Multicellular seaweeds are also a food source have plant like structures (Holdfast (roots), Stalk, and Blades) have Bladders to float and move and are also aligns a thickener
How Hot am I? VERY
Created by: pschmidt11