what do algae chlorophyta live on?
the green algae live for 3 days.
Algae lives near bacteria, as that s what they live off of.
There are lots of types of algae. but algae live, grow and multiply in water. but where you ask? in a fish tank, pond, or the ocean.
Red algae is able to live at greater depths than brown algae because of efficiency in harvesting. The red algae can live as deep as 260 meters in the ocean.
Many types of fish are called algae eaters, and they live in every body of water where algae occurs.
Algae cannot live in moving water. The water has to be distilled.
No, it will eat the algae eater.
It depends on what type of algae it is.
Algae produces more than 71% of the earth's oxygen. Some types of algae can live in snow. Some types of algae can live in boiling water.
Algae does indeed need sunlight to live. This is because algae make their food from the suns rays like plants do.
Yes; most algae even live in water (such as pond algae).
Because they live in water
Green algae live in ponds, ditches and all shorts of waterbodies having rain water.
Coral and algae (specifically the algae called zooxanthellae) have an intimate symbiotic relationship. The algae live inside the coral, and provide it with sugars and other photosynthesis byproducts. The coral provides the algae with nutrients for photosynthesis and a safe place to live and reproduce.
Yes but you will need to feed it algae wafers.
Microscopic Algae live in coral reefs
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Algae lives in every zone. Where there is a body of water algae growth of different types can take place.