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Algae in Aquariums
     

This page contains Customer Comments and our Replies about how to get rid of Green Algae growing in an aquarium. Click here to go back to the previous page in this discussion about algae in aquariums.

 
 
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Customer Comments

Hello:
 
Reading your column on algae and problems related with it based in a setting such as a fish tank you advise your readers that algae is a plant when in fact it is not, but merely sharing the same ancestor (phylogeny) that give rise to both plants an protists containing chlorophyll a.
 
This complex unicellular organism referred to as a protist in the eukaryotic kingdom does not have true roots or stems and therefore is not considered a plant.
 
Algae does range in different colours due to the mixture of pigments in the chloroplast and many scientific and common names of algae are based on these colours. Chlorophyta is best known as green algae existing in both the fresh and salt water domains.
 
Thank You.
Dan N.
 
 
 
Reply. Hello Dan. Thank you for your email and for the information about algae, which is not a plant, and that's good to know.

I still believe that our recommendations about how to deal with algae in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds is correct. Click here to read our recommendations.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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