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Transcript of Microscopic Organisms
organisms in Antarctica
have on the environment? THE END Microscopic organisms are very small life forms, often consisting of a single cell.They are very important in the food chain and to the life of our world. They are food for all of the things in the open sea. Algae (Phytoplankton)
Protozoa (Zoo plankton)
Fungi Scientists study microscopic organisms in
Antarctica so they can better understand
atmospheric changes such as the greenhouse
effect and the depletion of the ozone layer. Microscopic Organisms help take away carbon
dioxide and release chemicals
that help form clouds. Thank you for watching a production
By: Sahil Gaikwad