Detecting New ‘fairy’ Algae In India

After 2 years of research, Indian scientists discovered a new plant in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. A green algae were found by Indian biologists in a visit to the Andaman Islands And Nicobar in 2019, according to the BBC. Scientists from Punjab Central University have spent a lot of effort, losing nearly 2 years to authenticate that this algae was first discovered, especially in this archipelago For nearly 4 decades. They named Green Algae as Acetabularia Jalakanyakae. This is the first algae that was discovered in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands

. Photo: BBC.jalakanyaka in Sanskrit means the mermaid and ocean goddess. Scientists said they were inspired by mermaid characters in the fairy tale of the same name of Hans Christian Anderson writer
Felix Bast, Chairman of the study, said: "Plant species are played This is great. It has a complex design that is like the 'mermaid' tail '". The main characteristics of this plant are made up of a giant cell with biology, this phenomenon is called" Caucasian cells ". The scientists have spent more than 18 months to seize DNA and compare its shape with other species in the laboratory. This new destruction was posted on Indian Journal of Geo -Marine Sciences. The Island of Andaman and Nicobar still have some healthy coral reefs that exist in the world. These coral reefs support many other creatures, including many algae species. However, scientists indicate climate change in the form of increased sea temperature and ocean aobia It is causing a huge threat to the environment. According to Dr. Bast, the seawater temperature increases reduces oxygen levels in the water, causing harm to all organisms depending on oxygen to live, including species algae "fairy fish"

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