Lessonia


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Lessonia

 

a genus of brown algae of the order Laminariales. There are five species, distributed primarily in the cold and temperate seas of the southern hemisphere, where they form true underwater forests. In the northern hemisphere there is one known species, which is found in the Sea of Okhotsk. The thallus reaches a length of 4 m and is branched, with rhizoids at the base and plates at the ends of the branches.

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Some tyrannids were restricted to one or two environments, such as Cnemotriccus fuscatus and Lessonia rufa in the forested savannah, Gubernetes yetapa, Camptostoma obsoletum and Megarynchus pitangua in the savannah, Xolmis velatus in the grasslands, Philohydor lictor in the river and Machetornis rixosa in the salinas.
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Two seaweed species that grow on the coast of Chile form the source material: Lessonia trabeculata and Lessonia nigrescens.
This year's exhibitors at Luxe Pack Formulation include BCM Cosmetiques, Lessonia, Alpol Cosmetiques, and Elidose.
Sargassum Laminaria Oyster thief and Lessonia are the types of brown algae abundantly available on seashore of Karachi.
Hay exito en el cultivo de las algas nativas, como las pardas (de los generos Lessonia y Macrocystis), a fin de generar alimentacion para cultivar moluscos (abalones).
Several brown seaweeds such as Laminaria, Ascophyllum, Durvillaea, Ecklonia, Lessonia, Macrocystis and Sargassum can be used as a source of raw alginate [4, 6].
Nearby Tupala and 100 m from the river, a pair of Lessonia oreas, one individual of Thinocorus orbignyanus and one Muscisaxicola rufivertex pallidiceps were observed.