What are the adaptations to the aquatic environment of algae?

Interaction with competition. Certain species of algae have shown the ability to adapt to particular environments in order to combine with or overcome environmental problems. In coral reef conditions, algae become highly regenerative.

Reproductive adaptation. Aquatic algae have adapted the ability to reproduce asexually and sexually. Asexual reproduction is carried out through fragmentation. Sexual reproduction occurs when gametes from two species meet to form a spore called syngamia, which then produces and releases algal seeds.

Environmental adaptation. Aquatic algae exhibit light-sensitive and ocean-wide adaptation.

Internal chemical adaptation. Algae living in polluted waters are internally adapted and produce chemical aberrations as part of the adaptation process.

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