The colour of kelp depend on what phylum if fits into. If the kelp is green, it is part of Phylum Chlorophyta. If the kelp is red, it is part of Phylum Rhodophyta. If the kelp is brown, it is part of Phylum Phaeophyta. hope this helped :)
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Giant kelp, Stipate Kelp, and Prostrate Kelp
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kelp crabs eat kelp
Some seals are native to the Kelp Forest. The Kelp Forest has an overabundance of kelp growing underwater. Seals will eat the kelp.
kelp crabs eat periwinkles and kelp
Kelp is actually a type of algae. Algae and kelp ARE NOT PLANTS!
a forest of kelp. comon. a forest of kelp. comon.
Kelp forests are underwater areas with a high density of kelp.
Bull Kelp is a thick brown kelp that is very strong and thick!
Kelp forest creatures eat kelp of course.
yes this is kelp
Kelp is not a decomposer. It is a producer.
No, kelp is a plant.
Kelp is a greenish grey
Kelp Crabs do.
Kelp grows from the oceans
Kelp is algae, it has no antonym.
Kelp is actually brown algae. Kelp is not a plant it is a protist from the kingdom Protista.
Kelp lives in the kelp forest which is found along the Pacific coast, the Californian coast, and the Alaskan coast. This means that the runoff from coastal development gets into the waters of the kelp forest and harms the kelp. Kelp lives in the kelp forest which is found along the Pacific coast, the Californian coast, and the Alaskan coast. This means that the runoff from coastal development gets into the waters of the kelp forest and harms the kelp.
Kelp is an underwater plant therefore a kelp forest would be underwater. Kelp is a plant that can only live underwater.
All organisms have all kinds of adaptations. If giant kelp have chloropasts, then giant kelp can receive its energy and nutrients from sunlight. This photosynthesis helps the kelp survive. Another adaptation of giant kelp could be having a holdfast, which keeps it anchored to the seafloor, preventing the kelp from drifting away from kelp forests.
yes kelp lives on the abyssal plains kelp lives every where