The deep sea or deep layer is the lowest layer in the ocean, existing below the
thermocline and above the seabed, at a depth of 1000 fathoms (1800 m) or more.
Little or no light penetrates this part...
the amount of light they get.
I had never thought about this before, but perhaps it's due to how light is ... If that's
true, I'd expect the colors of plants to vary predictably with depth, water clarity, etc.
... is found at depth and green algae is found at the ocean surface or in tide pools.
... A third possibility is that the green algae live primari...
The fact of the matter is, plants are incredibly special because only plants can do
... Some special bacteria that live deep in the ocean, far away from sunlight, have
... If a living thing is green or blue-green it probably does photosynthesis.
"Knowing the tree of life is important because of its predictive value," said Brent ...
The Green Plant Phylogeny Research Coordination Group, or Deep Green, has
... "All life first arose in the ocean, then some moved to fresh water, and then a ...
became a symbiont -- essential to the host cell and unable to live without...
A few nonplant autotrophic organisms live in the deep oceans near ... While
green plants get the energy they need directly from sunlight, animals ... The body
is unable, however, to make the remaining 8 amino acids it needs for protein
production. These 8 amino acids are said to be essential because it is essential
that they ...
This wealth of marine life can only exist in such numbers because there is ...
Phytoplankton means "plant plankton" and includes all kinds of drifting plants,
like ... these tiny plants grow and multiply, turning the water green from their
chlorophyll, and ... The warm surface water floats on top of the cold, dense deep
Aquatic regions house numerous species of plants and animals, both large and
small. ... Without water, most life forms would be unable to sustain themselves
and the Earth ... freshwater (i.e, ponds and rivers) and marine (i.e, oceans and
estuaries). ... The vegetation and animals living in the littoral zone are food for
Apr 14, 2013 ... But the Trieste was unable to observe much, and for whatever .... option because
the intense pressure -- over 1,000 times sea-level -- dissolves the mineral. ... of
soft-shelled forams living in the sediment of Challenger Deep in 2005. .... Roots
Down, Shoots Up. But How Does a Plant Know Which is Which?
Mar 1, 1997 ... And because the two have evolved together, the absence of flowers ... Yet almost
none live beneath the surface of the open sea. ... The vast majority of plant life in
the ocean consists of simple plants like single-celled green plankton ... The
reason flowering plants, which evolved on land, have been unable ...