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1. Eggs of some salamanders and frogs contain unicellular green algae.

2. Although most contemporary ulvophytes are marine macroalgae (seaweeds), ancestral ulvophytes may have been freshwater, unicellular green algae.

3. In certain species, such as the Northern red-legged frog (Rana aurora) and the wood frog (Rana sylvatica), symbiotic unicellular green algae are present in the gelatinous material.

4. The cell cycle of this unicellular green algae can be synchronized by alternating periods of light and dark.

5. In 1939, the German researcher Hans Gaffron (1902–1979), who was at that time attached to the University of Chicago, discovered the hydrogen metabolism of unicellular green algae.

6. They serve as sensory photoreceptors in unicellular green algae, controlling phototaxis: movement in response to light.

7. Scenedesmus dimorphus is a freshwater unicellular green algae in the class Chlorophyceae.

8. Members of the genus Prasinovirus infect small unicellular green algae in the order Mamiellales, commonly found in coastal marine waters.

9. I-CreI is a homing endonuclease whose gene was first discovered in the chloroplast genome of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a species of unicellular green algae.

10. Dasycladales is an order of large unicellular green algae in the class Ulvophyceae.

11. Tetraphytina) or chlorophyta are a class of unicellular green algae.

12. Dictyochloropsis was first identified as a genus in 1966 by Lothar Geitler, who defined it as a unicellular green algae with a complex chloroplast that reproduces using autospores.

13. Members of Dictyochloropsis are free-living, unicellular green algae.

14. Species of Tetraspora are unicellular green algae that exist in arrangements of four and consist of cells being packaged together in a gelatinous envelope that creates macroscopic colonies.

15. Species of the genus Tetraspora are unicellular green algae, in which the individual cells are non-motile and are shaped spherically or elliptically.

16. Chaetocladus is a non-calcifying genus of unicellular green algae known from the Upper Silurian.

17. He and his student Osip Baranetsky were the first to separate unicellular green algae from lichens.

18. His most notable finding was the discovery of a process whereby unicellular green algae can produce molecular Hydrogen (H2) in the presence of light, and that the precursors were derived from photosynthetic water-splitting.

19. They nourish on diatoms, unicellular green algae or animal protozoa such as flagellates and ciliates.

20. NBP35 bacterial plasmids F (the classical Escherichia coli sex factor) is found in all nuclear genes in vegetative and gametic flagella of the unicellular green algae C. reinhardtii and nuclear Fe/S protein biogenesis required for cytosolic iron-sulfur protein assembly;

21. L. baudiniana feeds primarily on the unicellular green algae that coat intertidal rocks, rasping them off with a vertical movement of the front half of its body.

22. Porites furcata is a zooxanthellate coral, the tissues containing unicellular green algae living symbiotically within the cells.

23. The phenomenon was first discovered in unicellular green algae, and may also occur in plants.

24. The Mesotaeniaceae are a small family of unicellular green algae known as the "saccoderm desmids".