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blue-green algae

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by Keroro, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. Keroro

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    blue-green algae

    a. are a type of bacteria
    b. have no flagella
    c. have no organelles
    d. are placed under the kingdom monera
    e. all of the above



    answer is e



    blue-green algae is different from something like blue alge ,red, or green algae ???
     
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  3. hoabangkhuang

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    please correct me if i'm wrong.

    blue-green algea is cyanobacteria. They are placed under kingdom Monera along with other bacterias. Cyanobacteria contains no flagella, nucleus, mitochondria, and chloroplast.

    blue, green, red algae are in kingdom Protista. So, yeah it is different.

    Refer to Kaplan BB if u need to.
     
  4. Keroro

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    thank you
     

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