What is the structure of algae?

The body of the algae is a thallus, or thallus. It is not dissected into organs (root, stem, leaves), it does not have a vascular system.
Algae cells have features characteristic of a plant cell: the presence of a cell wall, a vacuole with cell sap, and chloroplasts. In algae, large chloroplasts can be of various shapes – spiral, ribbon-like, cup-shaped, etc. They are called chromatophores. In addition to chlorophyll, algae can have other pigments – yellow, orange, red, blue, which mask the green color and give the algae a beautiful, brown, golden color.

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