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name commonly used for the multicellular marine algae. Simpler forms, consisting of one cell (e.g., the diatom) or of a few cells, are not generally called seaweeds; these tiny plants help to make up plankton.
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, phylum (division) of the kingdom Protista consisting of those organisms commonly called brown algae. Many of the world's familiar seaweeds are members of Phaeophyta. There are approximately 1,500 species.
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Proteins are comparable to animal proteins. Blood purifier, arthritis, stiffness, adrenal, pituitary, thyroid, obesity, lymph swellings, bones, supports growth of beneficial intestinal flora, phytoestrogens detoxification, anti-fungal, excellent source of B vitamins, reduces body fat, antioxidant, radiation, blood purifier, cholesterol, artery plaque, increases energy, strengthens heart, nerves, glands, hormone systems, immune system, allergies, dissolves tumors, reduces enlarged prostate, bowel soother, laxative, toxin remover, yeast, colon, regulates intestinal flora.
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The common name for brown seaweed belonging to the Laminariales and Fucales.
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any large brown seaweed, esp any in the order Laminariales
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CELP(Code Excited Linear Predictive) A speech compression method that achieves high compression ratios along with toll quality audio. LD-CELP (Low-Delay CELP) provides near toll quality audio by using a smaller sample size that is processed faster, resulting in lower delays. LD-CELP was developed by Dr. Raymond Chen when he was at AT&T. Chen was also involved with CELP. CELP is pronounced "kelp."
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