Algae In Biological Research

Algae in biological research

Algae has always been useful for conducting physiological and genetic experiments since these can be easily grown and manipulated.

(1) Chlorella and Scenedesmus (green algae) have been extensively studying for photosynthesis.

(2) Acetabularia, a green alga, was used to establish the hereditary role of the nucleus.

(3) Halicystis, Valonia, etc., (green algae) are useful in the studies on permeability.

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