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        StatementChapman and Hall
        PublishersChapman and Hall
        LC Classifications1992
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        Paginationxvi, 127 p. :
        Number of Pages88
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        ISBN 100412023512
        2Current phycology -- 2

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The algae are diverse and wide-ranging. These may have originally been photosynthetic bacteria that entered into a symbiotic relationship with algae, in a similar way to mitochondria, which are the energy plants in animal cells.

For more topics of Science, subscribe to Algal photo-synthesis social channel. "Our latest experiments show that normally functioning biological systems have the capacity to use quantum mechanics in order to optimize a process as essential to their survival as photosynthesis.

So much oxygen can be used that there is very little oxygen left for fish to breathe. Synthesis of plant food other than carbohydrates• The nutrients required by plants in large quantities are called macronutrients whereas the nutrients required by plants in small quantities are called micronutrients. One well-known example is the red algae called dinoflagellates which can bloom and turn the sea red.

Some of the large algae such as giant seaweeds are also sometimes classified as plants. The second source of food for plants is from the soil which contains certain minerals like phosphorous, potassium, Algal photo-synthesis, magnesium, calcium, Sulphur and many other minerals present in dissolved form. They are loosely grouped into the Kingdom Protista, but their classification is still a subject of contention since new information is constantly being discovered, especially through DNA analysis.

Some algae contain other pigments as well as chlorophyll, and these algae range from golden to brown and red in colour.

Photosynthesis in Algae

Scholes' colleagues in the research at the University of Toronto include Elisabetta Collini, Cathy Y. Out of the minerals present in the soil, Nitrogen is a macronutrient for plants. Other team members include Paul Curmi and Krystyna Wilk of the University of New South Wales. To get a good yield of plants it is necessary to take care of the quality of the soil. The process of Photosynthesis in Algae Notes for Class 7 Science In this article, we will discuss The Process of Photosynthesis in Algae out for Class 7 science.

Quantum mechanics at work in photosynthesis: Algae familiar with these processes for nearly two billion years

" "This and other Algal photo-synthesis discoveries have captured the attention of researchers for several reasons," says Scholes. It also transforms carbon dioxide dissolved in water into simple sugars that are used as food by the algae themselves. Algae are aquatic organisms that carry out photosynthesis. Our result suggests that the energy of absorbed light resides in two places at once -- a quantum superposition state, or coherence -- and such a state lies at the heart of quantum mechanical theory.

We have seen so far that photosynthesis can only provide us with carbohydrates which contain carbon, hydrogen, and These components of carbohydrates are used to produce other components of food. Many Algal photo-synthesis consist of a single cell and can be as tiny as 1 micrometre 0.

"This enabled us to monitor the subsequent processes, including the movement of energy between special molecules bound in the protein, against a stop-clock.