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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Also Bond et al, [4] recorded reduction in growth of germlings of Fucus spiralis, but with no damage observed to the membranes of cell, chloroplast, mitochondria, nucleus or golgi body even after 10 days exposure to Cu (127[micro]g [l.
The reverse transcriptase activity of HIV was found to be inhibited by the sulfated fucans from the seaweed species Dictyota mertensii, Lobophora variegata, Spatoglossum schroederi and Fucus vesiculosus (155).
Additional species absent from both the inshore and the littoral Boulder Patch include the green algal clumps of Spongomorpha arcta, an association of Chordaria/Petalonia/Scytosiphon, a Sphacelaria/Battersia turf, Stictyosiphon tortilis, Halosiphon tomentosus, the Arctic endemic Platysiphon verticillatus, Punctaria glacialis, and the ubiquitous yellowish tufts of Devaleraea ramentacea and Fucus evanescens.
The body scrub, a course mixture of Dead Sea salt, Fucus Serratus seaweed oil and VOYA Luscious Salt, was gently rubbed over my body, starting with the legs, and my skin buzzed with invigoration.
Fucus vesiculosus is a brownish algae belonging to the family Fucaceae which is found in the Baltic Sea, and in the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
These forests structure an essential habitat for numerous marine species, and are equivalent to the temperate Fucus Linnaeus, Cystoseira C.
75%, valor que esta por debajo del limite maximo de aceptacion para la conservacion de las drogas vegetales marinas secas (<15%) segun lo establece la BP (2009) para Fucus sp.
The amylase activity of Chactomorpha spp, Cladophora fascicularis and Dictyota bartayresiana formed a cluster which shown the similar activities whereas Fucus spp, Scinaria farcellata and Porphyra spp formed another cluster (Fig.
Patil issues some well-aimed pleas to his colleagues in these fields, which include a call to take Sanskrit philosophy and Sanskrit intellectuals seriously as thinkers and not merely as elements in a context to be studied fur its value in making sense of contemporary South Asia, a call to overcome the disinterest in philosophy that is expressed in contemporary South Asian studies and religious studies, a call to overcome the disinterest in Indian philosophy that is too often dominant in Euro-American philosophy departments, and a call to philosophy of religion to question its undue fucus on issues deriving from Christian texts and traditions.
Fertilization in natural populations of the dioecious brown alga Fucus ceranoides and the importance of the polyspermy block.