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What phylum does anabaena belong to?

Anabaena is a genus of filamentous cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, found as plankton. It is known for its nitrofen fixing abilities, and they form symbiotic relationships (MORE)

How does anabaena reproduce?

Anabaena reproduce through a process known as fragmentation. During  this process the chain will spilt and float away and the spilt  sections will start developing their own (MORE)

Is anabaena autotroph or heterotroph?

An anabaena is not a heterotroph, but rather an autotroph because it capable of nitrogen fixation (capable of synthesizing 'food' from inorganic substances).
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What is an anabaena?

Anabaena is a biological term used to describe a genus of  cyanobacteria that is found as plankton. They can form symbiotic  relationships with certain plants, and is known (MORE)
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What is the size of Anabaena?

Anabaena is a genus of cyanobacteria that exists as plankton, and  forms symbiotic relationships with certain plants. Its average cell  size is 60-80 micrometer long and 2-4 (MORE)
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Do anabaena have chloroplast?

It is a cynobacteria. They do not have.They are prokariyotic organisms.Prokariyotes lack memebrane bound organelles
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