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Name: chan
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Date: 8/6/2005

are the filaments of spirogyra branched?

One of the best source book on algae found in the US is the following:

The fresh-water algae of the United States

Author: Smith GM

It should be available in most libraries and it will address your question and provide other valuable information.

Steve Sample

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