Most poisonous creatures of the ocean
By: JP Greene
There are many dangerous animals in the oceans of Earth. Here are five of these extremely venomous creatures The first creature is the Box Jellyfish. This surprisingly deceiving organism is often no bigger than a bowl. Its primary habitat is in the warm waters of...
By: Litsa Podaras
Breathing is living. But why is it necessary and how is it that the human body can breathe? First and foremost, one should comprehend that the cells of the human body require an incessant supply of oxygen. It is responsible for the metabolic function; thus...
By: Virginia Gaces
Multicellular algae are groups of mostly aquatic plants that derive their food from the manufacture of chlorophyll during photosynthesis. They are composed of several cells and reproduce somewhat differently from other types of plant. They do not have roots, leaves or stems just like ordinary...
By: Stefani A
Algae comes in many varieties, so many that most might not even be aware of whether they are looking at algae or not. Algae can be seen floating on the surface of a stagnant lake. It can be found riding the currents of the ocean...
Seven phyla of algae
By: Jose Juan Gutierrez
Algae are a diverse group of simple organisms that live in aquatic environments, including the ocean, freshwater, ponds and moist land. Algae contain chlorophyll and are able to go through the process of photosynthesis, like plants; however, they lack the organs and kinds of cells...
By: Jose Juan Gutierrez
Algae are a diverse group of photosynthetic organisms, ranging from unicellular to multicellular eukaryotic organizations. Algae are classified into the kingdom protista, lacking cellular differentiation into tissues. All algae possess the green pigment chlorophyll a, although other pigments can be present obscuring the greenish color...
By: Dr. Bryan Katz
In cell biology, respiration is defined as the process of liberating energy from fuel molecules then storing it in a more accessible form, namely the high-energy phosphate bonds of the molecule ATP (adenosine triphosphate). This process can occur anaerobically (without oxygen), as with many bacteria...
By: Lovelin Paul
Algae are simple yet large and diverse groups of autotrophic organisms that grow in water or in moist areas. They act as producers of food and oxygen. Algae may be unicellular or multicellular based on their type, and they reproduce either sexually or asexually. The...
By: Virginia Gaces
The body systems operate as one to maintain man’s health and well-being. There are various systems involved to ensure that the human body stays healthy. These systems are the nervous, circulatory, excretory, muscular, digestive, skeletal, integumentary, endocrine and respiratory. Each system supports the others...
How algae differs from other plants
By: Menaka Ratnayake
By the looks of them, many algae and plants may appear the same, at least superficially. However, they can be structurally and functionally miles apart. Due to their differences, algae and plants are classified into two different kingdoms known as "protista" and "plant," respectively...

 

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