Periphyton - aquatic ecosystem, Biology

Periphyton - Aquatic Ecosystem

These are organisms which remain attached or clinging to stems and leaves of rooted plants or substances emerging above the bottom mud. Usually sessile algae and their associated group of animals fall in this group.

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