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Green
filamentous, detail

Filamentous green alga, this is one of the very many genera of filamentous chlorophytes. These make up a slime or fluffy material in ponds. Many cylindrical cells are joined end to end. This form with many peripheral plastids. Differential interference contrast.  This picture was taken by David Patterson and Mark Farmer of material from freshwater sites in the vicinity of the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, USA) in April, 2001 and from collections of organisms maintained at the University. Image copyright: D. J. Patterson and Mark Farmer, image used under license to MBL (micro*scope).

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From the collection Athens, Georgia, USA

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    Green

    filamentous, overview

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