Marine botany

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Marine habitats

Marine botany is the study of aquatic plants and algae that live in seawater of the open ocean and the littoral zone, along shorelines of the intertidal zone, and in brackish water of estuaries.

It is a branch of marine biology and botany.

Marine ecology[edit]

Marine ecology and marine botany include:

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