what are the criteria used to classify algae
The most important basis for classifying living things is their genetic similarity.
there are many basis for classifying animals like kingdom,phylum,class,orderfamily,, genus,and species
The basis of classification of algae are its nature i.e cellular characteristic and form and size
Taxonomy is the science of naming and classifying biological organisms on the basis of shared characteristics.
It's done purely on the basis of their distance from the Sun.
It completely depends on temperature, type of algae, and the amount of Phosfates in the water. Plus algae evolves on a yearly basis.
Algae form the main basis of the aquatic food chain.
honestly i dont know.
A Plasmodium diet consists of many types of algae. The main algae that Plasmoduim consume on a regular basis is the red algae, but it also enjoys green algae, blue algae, and yellow algae as well.
Classifying examples would be a process whereby examples of things were grouped on some objective basis, for instance "good" examples and "bad" examples.
Silicates have to have SiO4, and nonsilicates don't.
The reason for organizing, analyzing and classifying data is find out the data relates. The relationship between the elements of a data will form the basis of the information.
The classification is based on the processes that formed the rock.
vertabrates(with backbone) and invertabrates(without backbone) :)
Rainfall distribution was the main factor used as basis for classifying the four types of climate in the Philippines.
It depends where in the ocean. If its in the deep bottom where almost or no light reaches than the basis would be unicellular bacteria. if its at top it would be algae including seaweed and etc.
the process of classifying an organisation on the basis of departments or similar activities, to facilitate planning and control
operating cycle or one year, whichever's longer
There are many animals that will eat algae from oceans and saltwater lakes. The flamingo is one animal that makes a diet of algae on a daily basis.
Producers. Such as algae and fungi.
the operating cycle or one year, whichever is longer
All the earlier attempts for classifying elements were made on the basis of their atomic masses.
The multicelular organisms are found in all of life's kingdoms. Multicellular life has evolved independently dozens of times we belive, once for plants, once for animals, once for brown algae and perhaps several times for fungi, slime molds, and red algae. Multicellular bodies exists in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and first appeared several billion years ago in cyanobacteria. Thus the whole basis of your question is wrong, multicellularity is NOT a sound discrimination basis for classifying Earth's life forms.