The other name for the brown algae is Phaeophyceae.
Yes, Brown algae differs from Red and Green algae because Brown algae is used as a thickener in alot of foods. Red and Green algae are used for most of the time for fish and other underwater animals to eat.
The brown algae is able to reproduce sexually and asexually. They are able to spread their sperm cells in long distances and not have to kept in a group as other algae.
Phaeophyta or Heterokontophyta
Brown algae, like all other algae, are photosynthetic ie they manufacture their own food by photosyhthesis. This means that they are autotrophs (self feeders).
Some Protists are yeast, green algae, and brown algae. Hope that helps!
Brown Algae are multicellular.
Yes it is, though some species of algae can even be red, brown, yellow, or other colors.
Green is the color of algae........ some algae are green, Red, Brown, or Golden Brown
The Phylum name is Phaeophyta. I know it is right because I am studying it.
Brown algae is found mostly in the cold waters of the Northern Hemisphere. The largest and fastest growing seaweeds are classified as brown algae.
red algae, green algae, and brown algae
Brown algae are brown because of their two primary pigments which are fucoxanthin and chlorophyll. The mixture of the pigments causes the brown coloring.
The largest group of algae is brown algae.
The advantage that the surface texture that a robust and flexible body provides for the brown algae is the durability. The other advantage is the attraction.
Brown algae are always multicellular, never unicellular or colonial.