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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatom

Diatoms are classified as eukaryotes, organisms with a membrane-bound cell nucleus, that separates them from the prokaryotes archaea and bacteria. Diatoms are a type of plankton called phytoplankton, the most common of the plankton types. Diatoms also grow attached to benthic substrates, floating debris, and on macrophytes.

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Brown/Golden Diatom Algae Pictures. Zen Rial / Getty Images. Referred to as brown or golden algae, which is not algae at all, but diatoms, this is one of the first to appear in the chain algae when the tank conditions are conducive for growth and is usually a precursor to other forms of both desirable and nuisance forms of green macroalgae.

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Diatoms are also used extensively in palaeoenvironmental studies particularly in palaeoceanography. Dissolution of diatom frustules during descent through the water column, on the sediment surface and during diagenesis may seriously alter the preserved assemblage by preferentialy dissolving more lightly silicified forms.

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The diatom bloom occurs next and leaves faint brown streaks on the rock, glass and sand. These processes may take 2-3 weeks to run their course. No water changes are needed during this period as ...