Ulothrix


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Ulothrix

 

a genus of green algae in the form of unbranched, attached filaments consisting of one row of mononuclear cells with one parietal bandlike chloroplast with pyrenoids. Zoospores, spores, or isogametes are formed in the cells of the filament during reproduction. The unicellular sporophyte is sometimes on a mucous stalk; it produces four to 16 haploid zoospores or spores. There are about 25 species, distributed in fresh waters and seas.

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Just Add Water and Stir Within 2 to 3 weeks after the ATS system was started up each spring, the raceways supported thriving colonies of green filamentous algae, including Rhizoclonium hieroglyphicum--the most abundant algae species, and Microspora willeana, Ulothrix ozonata, and Oedogonium sp.