Scenedesmus built large cells and formed typical to species four-celled coenobia
in diluted M25 wastewater.
1: In civitatibus, castellis, villis, nulla nostra construenda sunt coenobia
, sed in locis a conversatione hominum semotis' (Chrysogonus Waddell, ed., Narrative and Legislative Texts from Early Citeaux, Studia et Documenta, 9 (Citeaux: Commentarii cistercienses, 1999), p.
In most cases, Christians established monasteries in conjunction with these churches, and established many more away from the holy places, scattering lauras, coenobia
and, in time, the burial places of their saints over the deserts of Palestine.
Individual organisms form groups called coenobia
, which share a common tunic (in this case yellow) and a common cloacal space, and these coenobia
then form larger colonies.
Scenedesmus protuberans grows in four-celled colonies, known as coenobia
, of [approximately]20 [[micro]meter] length.