A famous botanist F.E. Fritsch (1935) classified algae into following 11 classes, based on pigmentation, reserve food material, flagellation and reproduction. Class 1. Chlorophyceae (= Isokontae): Generally algae are fresh water and chlorophyllous thallophytes. Chlorophyll b and carotenoides are present in chloroplasts. The cell wall is made up of cellulose and food is synthesized in […]
Classification of Algae | Microbiology
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