Subject: Why is the formation of macroalgae like that?
Date: Sun Oct 28 03:53:25 2007
Posted by Kathleen
Grade level: 7-9
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City: Jakarta State/Province: No state entered.
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Area of science: General Biology
Red algae, Green algae and brown algae are found in different depths of the
sea. Why it is like that? Why does red algae live in the depths of 200 m,
while green algae is in the surface, and also why does brown algae live in the
depths of 35 m? I'm learning about these things, and I'm just wondering about
the reason. Thank you.
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