The orders were all placed in the class Charophyceae (Mattox and Stewart, ) and retained within the green algae (Division Chlorophyta in the classical. Os moluscos marinhos pertencem ao Filo Mollusca que é o filo com a maior diversidade de espécies depois do Filo dos Artrópodes (cerca [ ] de FILO CHLOROPHYTA CARACTERÍSTICAS GERAIS ALFACE DO MAR MUTUALISMO - LÍQUENS REFERÊNCIAS Algae - eucariontes.
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Filo chlorophyta  Green algae on coastal rocks at Shihtiping in Taiwan Chlorophyta or Prasinophyta is a taxon of green algae informally called chlorophytes. In older classification systems, it refers to a highly paraphyletic group of all the green algae within the green plants Viridiplantae and thus filo chlorophyta about 7, species   of mostly aquatic photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms.
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The clade Streptophyta consists of the Charophyta in filo chlorophyta the Embryophyta emerged. The Chlorophyta contains both unicellular and multicellular species. Some members of the group form symbiotic relationships with protozoa filo chlorophyta, sponges, and cnidarians.
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This tree diagram shows the relationships between several groups of organisms. The root of the filo chlorophyta tree connects the organisms featured in this tree to their containing group and the rest of the Tree of Life.
The basal branching point in filo chlorophyta tree represents the ancestor of the other groups in the tree.
This ancestor diversified over time into several descendent subgroups, which are represented as filo chlorophyta nodes and terminal taxa to the right.
You can click on the root to travel down the Tree of Life all the way to the root of all Life, and you can click on the names of descendent subgroups to travel up the Tree filo chlorophyta Life all the way to individual species.
To learn more about phylogenetic trees, please visit our Phylogenetic Biology pages. Eukaryotes Introduction Green plants as defined here includes a broad assemblage of photosynthetic organisms that all contain chlorophylls a and b, store their photosynthetic products as starch inside the double-membrane-bounded chloroplasts in which it is produced, and have cell walls made of cellulose Filo chlorophyta et al.
In this group are several thousand species of what are classically considered green algae, plus several filo chlorophyta thousand land plants. Discussion of Phylogenetic Relationships There are two major lineages of green plants.
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One consists of most of what have been classically considered "green algae"--mostly microscopic freshwater forms and large seaweeds. The other lineage contains several groups of "green algae" that are more closely related to land plants.
Because these two lineages are monophyletic, they have been placed in a single monophyletic group called green plants, or, in technical parlance, the subkingdom Chlorobionta Bremer, The groups of the primary "green algal" lineage included here Prasinophytes, Filo chlorophyta, Trebouxiophyceae, and Ulvophyceae represent a synthesis of the most recent classifications based primarily on ultrastructure of motile cells when present and analysis of molecular data small subunit rDNA Melkonian and Surek, ; Friedl, The groups represent classes of green algae, except for the "Prasinophytes," which, although erected as a class Prasinophyceaeis apparently a paraphyletic, basal radiation within the "green algal" lineage Melkonian, ; Friedl, ; Melkonian and Surek, The name for the sister taxon to the Chlorophyceae used here class Trebouxiophyceae is has also been referred to as the order Microthmaniales Melkonian and Filo chlorophyta, ; recent studies of small-subunit rDNA sequences led Friedl to raise the group to class level.
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The other main lineage of green plants has filo chlorophyta called the Streptophytes Bremer,which consists of some organisms traditionally considered green algae plus the more familiar green plants found mostly on land. This lineage contains green algae that most textbooks include in the Class Charophyceae, but some filo chlorophyta of this class are in fact more closely related to higher plants than to other members of the class Mattox and Stewart, ; Mishler and Churchill, ; McCourt, ; Melkonian and Surek,