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Department
Biology
Course
BIO2137
Professor
John Thor Arnason
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 5Multicellular AlgaeOctober05121000 PM KEYWORDSMulticell algae cambrian red green brownBrown algaeChlorophyll typeAccessory pigmentsEnergy reserveCell wallFlagellaStructure blade stipe holdfastLaminarin life cycleEcological importance Bladder wrack St Andrews NBEconomic importance algin fucanRed algaeChlorophyll typeAccessory pigmentsEnergy reserveCell wallFlagellaHabitat Corallines east coast PhycobilisomesEconomic importanceGreen algaeChlorophyll typeAccessory pigmentsEnergy reserveCell wallFlagellaImportant groups chorophyceae ulvophyceae charophyceaeSea lettuce life cycle Terrestrial Plants Ancestor Fritshiella or Coleochaete telophase Multicellular AlgaeMulticellular organisms evolve in the Cambrian explosionBecause of available oxygen for muscles and respiration in oceansAlgae are dominant in intertidal zones kelp beds and Sargasso sea tropical AtlanticEcological grouping not monophyletic groupoRed rhodophytaoBrown phaeophytaoGreen chlorophytaGreens are red are important in freshwater BROWN ALGAE
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