Fucus


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Fucus

[′fyü·kəs]
(botany)
A genus of dichotomously branched brown algae; it is harvested in the kelp industry as a source of algin.
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(8%, Truncatus (7%) carnivore) Retusa obtusa (6%, predator) Macoma calcarea (5%, deposit-feeder) Depth Class < 10 m Algal mats (81%) Coccotylus Truncatus (9%) > 10 m Hyas coarctatus alutaceus (73%) Cerianthus borealis(12%) Algal mats (10%) Gjoa Haven: Species (CTGS, feeding mode) Astarte montagui Coccotylus (49%, truncatus suspension) (27%) Fucus Yoldia sp.
Mineralization of algal biomass from the Baltic Fucus vesiculosus proved to be comparable to this characteristic of red algae from the Baltic Sea [18].
Main characteristics of the EBHAB habitats Code Habitat Main characteristics 1 Sheltered hard bottoms High biomass and species with Fucus vesiculosus diversity.
The red alga Furcellaria lumbricalis showed a response with lower absolute net production values while the response of the brown alga Fucus vesiculosus was not significant at the tested p(C[O.sub.2]) levels (Fig.
PROOF: Fucus (better known as kelp) is often touted as a metabolism-boosting substance.
Genotypic variation influences tolerance to warming and acidification of early life-stage Fucus vesiculosus L.
(20.) Fujimura T, Tsukahara K, Moriwaki S.Treatment of human skin with an extract of Fucus vesiculosus changes its thickness and mechanical properties Int J Cosmet Sci.
The bioremediation of Cd through microorganisms such as bacteria [77], fungi Aspergillus [78], yeast species [79], green algae Chlorella emersonii [80], brown algae Fucus vesiculosus [81], etc.
Li et al., "Pretreatment with Fucoidan from Fucus vesiculosus Protected against ConA-Induced Acute Liver Injury by Inhibiting Both Intrinsic and Extrinsic Apoptosis," PLoS ONE, vol.
Proximate composition and nutritional value of three macroalgae: Ascophyllum nodosum, Fucus vesiculosus and Bifurcaria bifurcata.