Volvox - Polyphyletic genus of Chlorophyte

Volvox is a polyphyletic genus of Chlorophyte, a Chlorophyte, green alga, has a sexual reproduction, diverged from unicellular Ancestors. Description Volvox is a polyphyletic genus in the volvocine. Volvox colony is composed to of thousands of cells. The cells comprise a single layer with the flagella, have anterior eyespots, enlarge undergo a series of cell divisions and develop into special germ cells. The colonies release numerous Sperm packets, form different germ cells. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek reported observations of Volvox. The sample was collected along the creek bank at Muir Beach. The alga have small, red eye spots, are connected to by each other, thin strands of cytoplasm. Algae provide great opportunity to analyze evolutionary pathway.

Polyphyletic genus of Chlorophyte, Chlorophyte, Green alga, Polyphyletic genus in the volvocine, Genus of freshwater algae, Amoeba

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