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.
red algae, green algae, and brown algae
No , Algae are not scavengers . Algae are producers .
Algae Eaters (in general) cannot survive on just Algae. Once all the Algae is cleared give them ORGANIC vegetables and ALGAE WAFERS...........
black algae's dead, and green algae is alive.
most algae in the world is single celled but there are a few algae that are multicellular
Cyanobacteria is a prokaryotic algae, while red algae (rhodophyta), green algae (chlorophyta), & brown algae (chromophyta) are eukaryotic
There are actually four body types of algae. They are Cynobacteria (blue green algae), Rhodophyta (red algae), Paeophyceae (brown algae), and Chlorophyta (green algae).
marine algae lipid is more than freshwater algae and marine algae is resistant to infection
The largest group of algae is brown algae.
The plural for algae is actually just algae
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.
Black algae Blue algae Blue green algae Brown algae Golden algea Green algae Hair algae Marine algae Mustard algae Pink algae Red algea Spirulina algae String algae Here Are Some Types.... :)
There are lots of different kinds ofo algae. There are Chlorophytes (green algae) Rhodophytes (red algae), chrysophyta ( golden/brown algae) and lots more!
Algae is further divided into different groups, which are the following: dinoflagellates, euglena, diatom, green algae, red algae and brown algae
micro algae are algae that can only be seen through a microscope. Macro algae, however, can be seen with the naked eye. moss is an example of macro algae
Algae can be unicellular or multicellular, depending on what type of algae it is.
Plankton is not algae. Plankton eats algae though.
Yes, seaweed is algae. Algae is actually Latin for seaweed.
An example of a red algae is Agar.
Brownie mix(red,brown algae) , cheese(green algae), coffee creamer(Red,green algae) , evaporated milk(Red algae), Ice cream(Red,green algae)
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.