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Consider the images shown below. Select the option in which they are correctly identified.


  1. Volvox , Chalmydomonas , Chara , Laminaria

  2. Volvox , Chorella , Nephrolepis , Fucus

  3. Chalmydomonas , Volvox , Chara , Laminaria

  4. Porphyra , Chalmydomonas , Dictyota , Fucus


Solution

The correct option is A

Volvox , Chalmydomonas , Chara , Laminaria


The images above are of Volvox, Chlamydomonas, Chara, Laminaria from first to last. Algae are chlorophyll-bearing, simple, thalloid, autotrophic and largely aquatic (both freshwater and marine) organisms. The form and size of algae are highly variable. The size ranges from the microscopic unicellular forms like Chlamydomonas, to colonial forms like Volvox and to the filamentous forms like Ulothrix and Spirogyra. A few of the marine forms such as kelps, form massive plant bodies. Chlamydomonas, Volvox and Chara are examples of green algae. Laminaria is a brown alga. 

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