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Definition of Protophyta. Meaning of Protophyta. Synonyms of Protophyta

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Definition of Protophyta

Protophyte Pro"to*phyte, n. [Proto- + Gr. ? a plant.] (Bot.) Any unicellular plant, or plant forming only a plasmodium, having reproduction only by fission, gemmation, or cell division. Note: The protophytes (Protophyta) are by some botanists considered an independent branch or class of the vegetable kingdom, and made to include the lowest forms of both fungi and alg[ae], as slime molds, Bacteria, the nostocs, etc. Cf. Carpophyte, and O["o]phyte.

Meaning of Protophyta from wikipedia

- 'protophyta' redirects here. for the genus of moth, see protophyta (moth). the thallophytes (thallophyta or thallobionta) are a polyphyletic group of
- protophyta is a genus of moth in the family geometridae. protophyta benigna turner, 1939 protophyta castanea (lower, 1898) moths of the tribe pseudoterpnini
- protophyta castanea is a moth of the family geometridae. it is found in australia (new south wales). pitkin, linda m. ; hongxiang han & shayleen james
- protophyta benigna is a moth of the family geometridae. it is found in australia (queensland). pitkin, linda m. ; hongxiang han & shayleen james, 2007
- reproduce solely by fission. it has been considered synonymous with the protophyta of sachs and the monera of haeckel. in modern taxonomy, it is equivalent
- protophyten des neusiedler sees 1950-1954' -investigations of planktonic protophyta of lake neusiedl from 1950 to 1954. the standard author abbreviation j
- paraterpna goldfinch, 1929 pingasa moore, [1887] (=skorpisthes lucas, 1900) protophyta turner, 1910 pseudoterpna hübner, [1823] psilotagma warren, 1894 pullichroma
- predation. the group was regarded as the zoological counterpart to the 'protophyta', which were considered to be plant-like, as they are capable of photosynthesis