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Sponge vs. Chloroflexi
Transcript of Sponge vs. Chloroflexi
Typically found in the warm waters near tropical islands. Sponge dna is 70% similar to Human dna.
Sponges feed on plankton that can be found abundantly in the ocean.
The sponge's scientific classification is “Porifera,” which literally means “pore-bearing,” and refers to the countless tiny openings or holes visible on all sponges. Sponges grow in all different shapes, sizes, colors, and textures.
Found in the Epipelagic layer of the ocean.
multiple join together to make Chlorosomes. Which harvest the suns light to create energy and grow.
Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic
phylogenetic tree for Chloroflexi