., the photosynthetic machinery is not inherited).
Plants, algae and some photosynthetic bacteria produce oxygen.
Apart from being beautiful, spotted salamanders are the world’s only photosynthetic vertebrate.
They also get energy via a symbiotic relationship with tiny photosynthetic organisms that live inside their cells.
Leaves evolved as specialized photosynthetic organs.
In some cases, photosynthetic activity results in precipitation of certain carbonates.
They have a high degree of internal structural differentiation into photosynthetic and storage zones.
…organisms are referred to as chemoautotrophic, or chemosynthetic, as opposed to photosynthetic, organisms.
Algae, singular alga, members of a group of predominantly aquatic photosynthetic organisms of the kingdom Protista.
The energy-absorbing photosynthetic reaction is the reverse of the energy-releasing oxidative decomposition of sugar molecules.
Bryophytes generate their nutrient materials through the photosynthetic activity of the chlorophyll pigments in the chloroplasts.
Single-celled or multicelled plankton with photosynthetic pigments are the producers of the photic zone in the pelagic environment.
They found that it supported an idea proposed in the 19th century—that anthocyanins shade the photosynthetic apparatus of the leaf from excess light.
When the reserves are stored in the cotyledons themselves, these organs may shrink after germination and die or develop chlorophyll and become photosynthetic.
The descriptive guidelines presented above exclude many organisms, such as flagellated photosynthetic taxa (formerly Phytomastigophora), that were considered protozoans by older classification schemes.
Without that brownish internal photosynthetic factory pumping out meals for the coral, the underlying skeleton shines through the translucent coral flesh as bleach white, and the coral is at risk of starving to death.
The microorganisms inhabiting aquatic environments are collectively referred to as plankton; phytoplankton refers to the photosynthetic microbes (primarily algae), whereas protozoa, and other small animals, are zooplankton.
Photosynthetic cyanobacteria are free-living close relatives of chloroplasts; endosymbiotic theory posits that chloroplasts and mitochondria (energy-producing organelles in eukaryotic cells) are descended from such organisms.
A combination of transgenics (importing new forms of chlorophyll from photosynthetic bacteria), genome editing (to supercharge existing plant enzymes) and genomic selection (to optimise the resulting mixture) might well be able to achieve them.
Jeffrey Dukes, of the University of Massachusetts, in Boston, has attempted to do the sums and work out how much photosynthetic effort lies behind the useful energy that people are able to extract from coal, oil and natural gas—fossil fuels that ultimately derive from the bodies of long-deceased organisms.
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Jeffrey Dukes of the University of Massachusetts in Boston has attempted to do the sums and work out how much photosynthetic effort lies behind the useful energy that people are able to extract from coal oil and natural gas—fossil fuels that ultimately derive from the bodies of long-deceased organisms