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B. Franz Lang
Université de Montréal
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B. Franz Lang1
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(Université de Montréal),
Aurora M. Nedelcu22
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(University of New Brunswick)
Algae are characterized by the presence of plastids (chloroplasts), which are organelles of cyanobacterial origin. Plastids have their own genome, machineries for replication, transcription and translation, and are the site of photosynthesis (except in secondarily non-photosynthetic species) and a variety of other biological functions. Algae are subdivided into those whose plastids can be traced back to a common cyanobacterial endosymbiont (algae with primary plastids), and others in which plast...
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