Same size as of water.
Some green algae are unicellular
Some of the types of algae are staghorn algae, black brush or beard algae, green spot algae, and green thread hair algae. Other types of algae are green water algae, and black green algae.
The fresh water green algae (charales), can reach up to 120 cm long. Hope that helps.
Blue green algae is otherwise called cyanobacteria (bacterial classification- prokaryote), green algae is eukaryotic. The pigment present in blue green algae is phycocyanin and chlorophyll in case of green algaeBlue green algaes kingdom is moneran and green algae is not moneran.
blue green algae
green algae is the most beautiful algae in the worl like in japan
Like plants, green algae are multicellular.
Green algae eats by sucking in nutrients
green algae belong to plant kingdom
yea green algae is a producer
Brownie mix(red,brown algae) , cheese(green algae), coffee creamer(Red,green algae) , evaporated milk(Red algae), Ice cream(Red,green algae)
black algae's dead, and green algae is alive.
Green is the color of algae........ some algae are green, Red, Brown, or Golden Brown
PlantsGreen algaeblue green algaered algaegold algaeyellow algae
Green algae belong to Kingdom Protista. Green algae is a very diverse type of algae. Actually, green algae is sort of similar to plants. The green algae contain two forms of chlorophyll and capture light energy to produce sugar in similar with the plant. However, unlike the plants the green algae are aquatic. The species are named algae because they are aquatic and make their own food.
an euglena has a flagellum and a green algae is green
I think algae is green anywhere ... but there may be subspecies of algae that are in the rainforest. Wouldn't it be funny if there was rainbow colored algae?
Who Discovered Algae. Who Discovered The Philippine Blue Green Algae? ... Gregorio Velasquez is the one who discovered the blue green algae
In short, due to chlorophyll. There are also red algae, so not all algae are green.
Blue-green algae Blue-green algae
Green algae is fully a living organism.
Green Algae is both unicellular and multicellular