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Monday, July 05, 2004
Terrestrial Phytoplankton
Half of the world's oxygen is produced via phytoplankton photosynthesis in the oceans.
The other half is produced via photosynthesis on land by trees, shrubs, grasses, and other plants. Phytoplankton also absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Can we fathom the creation of "terrestrial-phytoplankton"? After all, global warming is a very real threat.

For more on how phytoplankton helps us survive visit this webpage on

posted by Naina @ Permalink 7/05/2004 11:36:00 AM   2 comments  --- Google It! ---
At 7/23/2004 03:56:00 AM, Blogger Nabheet said...
At 8/09/2006 09:53:00 AM, Anonymous Ujwal Desai said...

Well some people say it is not really a threat, it could just be a natural climatic change.

So I don't know if we really need to worry about it.

The other problem with phytoplankton is they increase nitrogen content which could be harmful.
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