A team of researchers led by scientists at UC Davis has found that a new class of photosynthetically active algae has been discovered in the ocean off the coast of southern California.

The researchers discovered a type of algae that produces carbon dioxide and other compounds.

The findings could have major implications for the way that organisms can convert sunlight into energy and the production of new life on the planet.

The new species, a new type of a algae called Al-Algae, is a type that is known to use the CO2 produced by photosynthesizing algae.

Algae produce a variety of other compounds that are important for life on earth, such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.

The carbon-based compound, called N-oxide, is critical for life.

The scientists discovered that Al- algae also has the ability to convert sunlight to energy.

They have been working on identifying a new molecule called N,N-dienyl-N-oxide that may be able to replace the CO 2 that Al is able to produce in the photosynthesis process.

The work, published in the journal PLOS ONE, indicates that Al can provide a mechanism for energy production in photosynthetics.

“These findings provide a new insight into how photosynthesis operates and provides a way to test the concept that photosynthesis may be a new source of energy in the future,” said David Henshaw, a professor of chemistry at UC Santa Cruz and the study’s senior author.

The research was led by Eric D. Kretschmann, an associate professor of biological sciences at UC Berkeley and an expert in photosynthesis.

“We know that there is an abundance of CO 2 in the atmosphere, but the rate at which it is produced has been largely unknown.

But the new research is a major step toward answering some of the fundamental questions that have been raised about how photosyntheses work,” said Kretschemann.

He said the new work shows that the algae has a CO2-producing mechanism and that this mechanism can be utilized to make more energy than it produces in the process of photosynthesis.

“This is the first time that we have seen photosynthetically active algae, which are a new species of photosystem, that is capable of producing CO 2 ,” said Kretzmann.

Al- algeans have been found in seawater before, but they were very rare.

They are found mostly in shallow water, where there is not much oxygen.

This is a unique environment that has allowed them to be found in the environment.

“This is a novel type of photosynthesis, and it gives us a lot of hope that we can learn a lot more about it,” Kretschelmann said.

Scientists believe that photosynthing is a fundamental step in the life cycle of many animals and plants.

The algae is the major carbon source for photosynthenses in seawaters.

In addition to providing energy, the new species could also provide the key to the formation of new carbon sources.

“There are many examples of photosylating species that can be used to generate carbon from organic matter,” Kretchmann said, referring to photosyntherells such as algae.

“The key to making carbon out of CO2 is to use oxygen, which is a new carbon source that has not been produced in nature,” Krenz said.

This new species was first identified in 2002, but Kretscha and his team were able to identify the first species in 2007.

They now believe they have found the first photosynthetical alga.

The team is currently analyzing samples of seawater from the area to find the algae that was first found, and is planning to use this information to study how the algae can be harnessed to make new fuels and other products.

“Algae are a crucial part of the ecosystem that provides food for many organisms on Earth,” Krems said.

“If we can figure out how to harness the photosynthesis pathway of this new species for energy and use that as a source of carbon for our environment, we could have a huge impact on the future of our planet.”

The study was funded by the Office of Naval Research, the National Science Foundation and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.