Plankton are plankton.
We have a problem weighing a single plankton. And it's not because we don't have accurate machines (scales) to do that. It's because there are so many kinds of plankton. Here's a most important fact: plankton is a term that refers to aquatic life that lives in certain zones of the open ocean or a lake. It's not a single living thing or a small group of things, but is comprised of many thousands of types of organisms. They range is size tremendously! Because plankton represents a wide group of organisms, we can't discern "the weight of a single plankton" as was asked. A single amphipod may weight a ten thousandth of a gram, but there are bacteria that are plankton - the bacterioplankton - and they are "electron microscope small" and weigh far less than a microgram.
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Phytoplankton and zoo plankton are examples of plankton
That depends on the type of plankton, some plankton are plants some plankton are herbivores and some plankton are carnivores. Some plankton may also be omnivorous.
Yes, zooplankton (animal plankton) eats phytoplankton (plant plankton).
Plankton would be a Zoo-plankton.
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No, Phytoplankton is the smallest form of plankton.
No, you catch plankton with a machine gun.
Plankton is a plankton.
There are two sorts of plankton, zoo plankton and phytoplankton. Phytoplankton are plants and are producers while zoo plankton are animals that eat other plankton.
no. Only if you buy a kit of Plankton and set it up then yes Plankton will reproduce, but Plankton isn't so good as Phyto-plankton
There is no other name for plankton but there are specific types of plankton. Types of plankton include phytoplankton and zooplankton.
Plankton is real because if you check in a book a plankton is a real live sea creature
Zooplankton (pronounced ZO A PLANKTON) is plankton
Plankton is not algae. Plankton eats algae though.
plankton is not an insect.
No plankton do not have a backbone.
plankton does not have a prefix
No. Plankton are not mammals.
No, lobsters are not a plankton.