Cyanobacteria were some of the earliest photosynthetic bacteria on Earth, and were responsible for the Great Oxygenation Event that converted Earth's atmosphere into an oxygen-rich environment. Because of this, cyanobacteria can play an important role in the oxygen cycle of a new world, especially if engineered to be more efficient oxygen agents.

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They produce 1 oxygen ppm per min, but this is one of the keys to stabilize oxygen on worlds.

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Fun Fact: The Great Oxygenation Event nearly killed all life (99%) on earth. That is because of photosynthesis, because cyanobacteria are there.

Phyla
Aquatic Micro-Organisms Archaea · Cyanobacteria · Diatom · Plankton
Algae Stonewort · Green Algae · Kelp · Seaweed
Aquatic Animals Coral · Crustacean · Fish · Mammal (Aquatic) · Reptile (Aquatic)
Terrestrial Micro-Organisms Actinobacteria · Lichen · Fungus · Protozoa
Plants Grass · Moss · Shrub · Tree
Terrestrial Animals Amphibian · Bird · Insect · Mammal (Terrestrial) · Reptile (Terrestrial)
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