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Some filaments of the Spirogyra are branched and look like bushes. Some of the others do not have any branches.

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There is a small family cemetery in the town of Morgan NJ. Was this the property of Daniel Morgan of Revolutionary War Times?

The man who Morgan NJ is named after is supposedly buried in the center of that cemetery. I'm not sure if his name is Daniel.. I've lived my whole life in So. Amboy and was told as a child that supposedly he is Captain Morgan (not to be confused with the pirate on the rum bottle, that's a different Capt. Morgan, also real though) and he buried treasure somewhere in NJ. He was from revolutionary times. However, that's just a story don't know how much is true. There is a book at the South Amboy Library in the reference section about The Olde Spye Inn nearby that burned down and it's revolutionary history. I believe that book should have information about "Captain" or Mr. Morgan in it. You can't take it out of the library since it's reference but you can sit and read it there. It's a big book and I've never managed to read much of it since it can't be checked out. As a kid I was told the cemetery is haunted so I never went near it =) It is locked and gated but I wonder if you can read the name on the tomb stone from outside the gate? (With permission of course since I believe the cemetery may sit on private property) Correction: The Morgan Family Cemetery still remains in the hands of the descendants of the Morgan Family. It is a private cemetery and still in use. The Morgan family once owned a plantation which eventually passed out of the family hands. They were at one time the owners of the Olde Spye Inn but that later passed on to the Applegate Family. The cemetery is the last portion of what was originally the Morgan plantation. Major General James Morgan is the most celebrated of those buried here. James Morgan was son of Charles Morgan and the brother of Nicholas, all of whom fought during the Revolutionary War. Major General James Morgan eventually became a representative to the 3rd continental congress. Daniel Morgan is a member of this family but is not buried in the Morgan Family Cemetery. Family lore has it that there was a fall out between father and son and Daniel branched out on his own. Sarah Morgan (later to marry Squire Boone and have a son named Daniel) was also a member of this branch of the Morgan family.

How do the branches of the government interact with each other?

The three branches of government as set forth by the Constitution of the United States of America are supposed to work in harmony with each other while at the same time jealously guarding the limited power each branch was granted them by the people. The three branches of government are; the legislative branch, the executive branch and the judicial branch. The legislative branch, being the most populated with elected officials who represent the people has been granted the power of enacting legislation, the complete and plenary power of taxation, the power to declare war, and to some vague power to promote the general welfare. The executive branch on the federal level consists of mainly the president who is also the commander in chief, who has been granted the power to veto or sign into law legislation written by Congress, and is responsible for delivering State of the Union addresses from time to time. The judicial branch on the federal level consist of the United States Supreme Court where nine justices each not elected by the people but appointed by the president with advise and consent from Congress and the Supreme Court has the power to decide the constitutionality of legislation. While the intention of a three branched government with separate powers was to keep the balance of power in favor of the people, this is hardly the result. The President of the United States today is known to most of the world as the leader of the free world, where he finds increasing power through the dubious acts of Executive Orders, who doesn't waste time convincing Congress to declare war on this countries enemies and instead encourages legislation that would allow him to even further by pass Constitutional restraints so he may police the world. Today, the voters listen attentively while political candidates for the Presidency explain how they will bring universal health care to the people even though such an act would have to be legislated by Congress and assuming the Supreme Court is interested in the rule of law the whole health care issue proposed by a presidential candidate who won't have any power to legislate it if elected would be struck down as unconstitutional anyway. While Congress has the power to declare war the politicians who run for office have found it politically expedient to allow the sitting President to go ahead and run the military in anyway he sees fit, unless the people who oppose the wars that follow grow into massive numbers then they will stand on their soap box and demand special legislation, Congressional hearings and Constitutional Amendments that would punish the sitting President for going to war without any declaration from Congress. The Supreme Court while limited in its original power granted them by the people found new powers in the activism of judges who created their own laws, levied taxes on the public through judicial policies and increasingly decide on laws that favor the government over the people while dismissing the rights of the people as privileges that exist to be regulated by the court approved tyrants we call our elected officials. Each branch has discovered hidden and secret meanings in the Constitution as if it were written by Nostradamus instead of many men who attended a Constitutional convention that have made each branch more powerful and rather than serving to check the other two branches, their idea of harmony is to create unwritten powers and share it amongst the branches. As long as it means abusing the rights of the people then it will find approval within any branch of the government. If the people want a good debate then lead them towards protecting the rights of the people and watch the debates begin, the filibusters blow long and hard, the press conferences go on and on as government keeps going about the business of reigning in the rights of the people. There is, of course, of fourth branch of government not granted any power by the Constitution because it all ready exists within the people. The people powerful united, can only serve their country as individuals and as individuals should, we should all know that our government does not believe it is their responsibility to inform us when our rights are being destroyed. It is the responsibility of the people to inform the government as individuals of the rights of man and the limitations of government.

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What is the difference between spirogyra and cladophora?

Spirogyra are NOT branched, whereas Cladophora are branched. Branched meaning that the filaments "come out" of each other. Spirogyra are long filaments with no protruding filaments.

The freshwater alga spirogyra forms long threadlike colonies called?


Are spirogyra multicellular or colonial algae?

Spirogyra is a multicellular filamentous green algae. Each cell is connected end-to-end to form long chains or filaments.

Is spirogyra an example of a single celled alga?

No, Spirogyra is a filamentous freshwater green algae, meaning it is multicellular. Each individual cell in Spirogyra is connected to form long chains or filaments.

How does the spirogyra grow and develop?

Spirogyra grows and develops through a process called fragmentation, where a single filament breaks apart to form new filaments. These new filaments then grow through cell division, expanding the colony size. As the filaments continue to grow, they form dense mats or clumps in freshwater environments.

Does spirogyra plant have stems root and leaves?

No, Spirogyra is a type of filamentous green algae that does not have traditional plant structures like stems, roots, and leaves. Instead, Spirogyra consists of long, unbranched filaments made up of cells containing chloroplasts for photosynthesis.

What happens during conjugation in Spirogyra?

During conjugation in Spirogyra, two adjacent filaments align and form conjugation tubes to facilitate the exchange of genetic material. The contents of the zygote cell are then surrounded by thick walls, protecting it until it is ready to germinate. This process results in genetic recombination and increased genetic diversity among Spirogyra cells.

Is a spylogyra a flagallates?

Spirogyra is freshwater algae consisting of minute filaments containing spiral chlorophyll bands. It contains no whip like flagella.

What is an example of colonial algae?

the fresh water alga, spirogyra, which forms long, thread like colonies called filaments. the cells are stacked end to end.

Is a spirogyira a cell or tissue?

Spirogyra is a filamentous green algae made up of individual cells. Each cell has a distinct cylindrical shape and can be found connected in long chains to form filaments. Therefore, spirogyra is not a tissue but a multicellular organism composed of individual cells.

What is the plural of spirogyra?

You would speak of Spirogyra in terms of the species of Spirogyra: "there are over 400 species of Spirogyra"

What are all the parts of spirogyra?

Spirogyra is a type of filamentous green algae consisting of cells arranged end to end to form long, thread-like filaments. Each cell has a central vacuole, a nucleus, and spiral chloroplasts. Spirogyra also has two types of reproductive cells: isogametes and zygospores.