Although all algae have chlorophyll not all kinds of algae are green. Fire algae are unicellular algae that are red in color because of too little oxygen in the water
Algae comes in many different color but the most common is green
the basis for classifying algae is color
Green is the color of algae........ some algae are green, Red, Brown, or Golden Brown
In short, due to chlorophyll. There are also red algae, so not all algae are green.
Algae: Green algae, even red algae but phycoerythrin over populates it which gives the red algae its red color.
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Red algae gets its color from a pigment in its cells that absorbs blue light and reflects red light called phycoerthrin. The algae also have carotene and other pigments.
Blue-green algae have only one type of chlorophyll, which gives it its color and its name. They also have carotenoids that are yellowish in color.
The color doesn't protect them. They get said color (pink) from the algae that they eat.
Green in color
freshwater green algae
It is an Autotroph =D The algae color does not affect the variation between that. ^_^
Both absorb light energy and make it where algae can produce sufficient energy to live. They also give algae its green color.
It is commonly known as the Golden algae.
The only type of multicellular protists are plant-like seaweeds known as algae. There are three different types of algae that are differentiated by color. The brown algae is known as Phaeophyta, the red algae is known as Rhodophyta, and the green algae is known as Chlorophyta.
the picture of bhalamanan is like only green algae its color is color green
Algal bloom is the process where algae turns the color red. This happens when there is a sudden burst of heat from the sun and the nutrients in the earth below the sea rise into the algae and some of the nutrients turns the algae red which in turn, makes the sea looks like it is the color red.
god didnt want it like that.
Algae is first classified based on its color. The next step is to classify it according to cellular complexity. The final step is to group the algae based on genetic comparisons.