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Structure of Chlamydomonas

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Structure of Chlamydomonas

Chlamydomonas is the name given to a genus of microscopic, unicellular green plants (algae) which live in fresh water. Typically their single-cell body is approximately spherical, about 0.02 mm across, with a cell wall surrounding the cytoplasm and a central nucleus.

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