Help: Pandorina

Karl Roberts kr1 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Thu Oct 2 11:26:26 EST 1997

Pandorina is a colonial member of the family Volvocaceae.  It is an
ovoid colony of eight Chlamydomonas-like zoospores enclosed in a
gelatinous sheath.  Cells divide internally to form daughter colonies,
and sexual reproduction occurs through the formation of isogametes or
anisogametes.  I hope this helps.
Karl J. Roberts, Ph.D.
Prince George's Community College

On 1 Oct 1997, XChaosDrgn wrote:

> Hi, all! I'm not sure if this is the right place to look, but what the hey? If
>  anyone has any information on the green algae Pandorina, please eMail it to
>  RainneDrgn at aol.com and XChaosDrgn at aol.com ASAP. In particular I'm looking for:
>  its common name, its habitat, its importance and role, and how it reproduces.
>  Thanks!

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