Chlamydomas, a motile green algae

Chlamydomas, a motile green algae

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Caption: Chlamydomomas alga. Light micrograph of Chlamydomomas sp. , a motile green alga. The ovoid cell propels itself through water using its two whip-like flagella (in the upper frame). Chlamydomomas is a large genus containing over 500 species of algae which live in a range of freshwater habitats, including damp soils. They feed by converting sunlight into food by photosynthesis. Magnification: x500 at 35mm size.

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Keywords: alga, algae, algal, botany, chlamydomomas sp., chlamydomonas sp., flagellate, green, nature, plant, soil algae

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