noun. ['ˈældʒi'] primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves.
- golden algae
- red algae
- yellow-green algae
- confervoid algae
- green algae
Words that Rhyme with Algae
Example sentences of the word algae
1. Noun, singular or mass
Swimmers will not be harmed by the presence of black algae in a swimming pool.
You can add algae-growing leaves from a pond or stream, or algae tablets from the pet supply store.
While young opaleye perch are carnivorous, when mature these fish are vegetarians and eat only algae.
Quotes containing the word algae
1. I'm a Midwesterner, and everyone in Ohio is excited. I'm also a New Yorker, and a New Jerseyan, and an American, plus I'm an African-American, and a woman. I know it seems like I'm spreading like algae when I put it this way, but I'd like to think of the prize being distributed to these regions and nations and races.
- Toni Morrison