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Definition by Wiktionary (Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License)

unicellular of multi-cellular plants containing chlorophyll. the are aquatic or occur in damp situations and include most seaweeds.

unicellular of multicellular plants containing chlorophyll. the are aquatic or occur in damp situations and include most seaweeds.

A simple photosynthetic plant that usually lives in moist or aquatic environments. the bodies of algae can be unicellular or multicellular is design.

A heterogeneous group of aquatic, unicellular, colonial or multicellular, eukaryotic and photosynthetic organisms. they belong to the kingdom protista and include the multicellular red (rhodophyte), green and brown (kelp) algae. they are not plants but all land plants evolved from the green algae (see also Chromista).

A minute fresh water plant growth which forms a scum on the surfaces of recirculated water apparatus, interfering with fluid flow and heat transfer. lower form of plant life, usually green and blue green algae appear in cooling water systems. they are responsible for copious amounts of stringy green slime masses.

 yellow-green algae  red algae 

(pl. )

of Alga  

Noun1. primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves (synonym) alga (hypernym) protoctist (hyponym) seaweed

Noun1. primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves (synonym) algae (hypernym) protoctist (hyponym) seaweed

For the programming language, see algae (programming language). algae have conventionally been regarded as simple plants within the study of botany. all are Eukaryota, though Chromophyta have Bacterial (see Blue-green algae) characteristics and some authorities consider them all to be Protists, however this view is now considered to be outdated. they may still be included in the algae as plants. some authors often include the blue-green algae (Cyanophyta) but note that they are not eukaryote. algae do not represent a single evolutionary direction or line but a level of organization that may have developed several times in the early history of life on Earth.

N F sea-weed; rubbish| uncountable stuff; water plants

plural nounclass of lower plants, many of which are seaweeds

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simple rootless plants that grow in sunlit waters in proportion to the amount of available nutrients. they can affect water quality adversely by lowering the dissolved oxygen in the water. they are food for fish and small aquatic animals.

microscopic plants which contain chlorophyll and live floating or suspended in water. they also may be attached to structures, rocks or other submerged surfaces. they are food for fish and small aquatic animals. excess algal growths can impart tastes and odors to potable water. algae produce oxygen during sunlight hours and use oxygen during the night hours. their biological activities appreciably affect the pH and dissolved oxygen of the water.

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Word analysis of algae

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