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Chara
Chara

Spirogyra, (genus Spirogyra) are found in freshwater environments around the world. Named for their beautiful spiral chloroplasts, spirogyras are filamentous algae that consist of thin unbranched chains of cylindrical cells.

Spirogyra, (genus Spirogyra), any member of a genus of some 400 species of free-floating green algae (division Chlorophyta) found in freshwater environments around the world. Named for their beautiful spiral chloroplasts, spirogyras are filamentous algae that consist of thin unbranched chains of cylindrical cells.

Chara may be a genus of charophyte chlorophyte within the Characeae . they're multicellular and superficially resemble land plants due to stem-like and leaf-like structures. they're found in freshwater, mainly in limestone areas throughout the northern Temperate Zone , where they grow submerged, attached to the muddy bottom. they like less oxygenated and water and aren't found in waters where mosquito larvae are present.

Ulva
Ulva

Spirogyra, (genus Spirogyra) are found in freshwater environments around the world. Named for their beautiful spiral chloroplasts, spirogyras are filamentous algae that consist of thin unbranched chains of cylindrical cells.

Spirogyra, (genus Spirogyra), any member of a genus of some 400 species of free-floating green algae (division Chlorophyta) found in freshwater environments around the world. Named for their beautiful spiral chloroplasts, spirogyras are filamentous algae that consist of thin unbranched chains of cylindrical cells.

The sea lettuces comprise the Ulva , a gaggle of edible chlorophyte that's cosmopolitan along the coasts of the world's oceans. the sort species within the Ulva is Ulva lactuca, lactuca being Latin for "lettuce". The genus also includes the species previously classified under the genus Enteromorpha, the previous members of which are known under the common name green nori.

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