Green Algae are part of the kingdom Protista, and are commonly found in all aquatic
environments. They are unicellular organisms and there are over 7000 different species growing in many diverse habitats throughout
the world. Green algae contains two forms of chlorophyll, a and b, similar to plants. They use the chlorophyll to capture
light energy to produce sugars and other foods to live on. Also, some organisms rely on green algae to conduct photosynthesis
for them in order to maintain life.