chondrus crispus


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Related to chondrus crispus: Irish moss, Ascophyllum nodosum
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irish moss

Full of electrolyte minerals, calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium. A good all around thing to consume when recovering from serious illness because of all the things it has. It's mucilaginous compounds help you detoxify, boost metabolism and strengthen hair, skin and nails. Traditionally used for low sex drive, bronchitis, goiter, thyroid and gland issues. Great food thickener for soups, desserts, pies, toppings, and making raw vegan cheese.
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Both aqueous and 70% acetone extracts of the red marine algae Chondrus crispus and Palmaria palmata at 5 mg mL'1 showed FIC values ranging from 30 to 95% (Wang et al., 2009).
CHARACTER TAXA OF THE ORDER: Agarum clathratum, Alaria esculenta, Bonnemaisonia hamifera, Calliblepharis ciliata, Callithamnion tetricum, Chondrus crispus, Coccotylus truncatus, Delesseria sanguinea, Fimbrifolium dichotomum, Gigartina pistillata, Heterosiphonia plumosa, Membranoptera alata, Odonthalia dentata, Phycodrys rubens, Phyllophora pseudoceranoides, Plumaria plumosa, Polysiphonia arctica, Ptilota gunneri, Stenogramma interruptum.
Complete sequence of the mitochondrial DNA of the rhodophyte Chondrus crispus (Gigartinales).
Silva et DeCew (Phyllophoraceae) and to compare them with the traditionally harvested carrageenophytes Chondrus crispus Stackhouse (Gigartina ceae) and Mastocarpus stellatus (Stackhouse) Guiry (Phyllophoraceae).
Pigmented algal endophytes of Chondrus crispus Stackhouse: host specificity, fine structure, and effects on host performance in infections by Acrochaete operculata Correa & Nielsen and A.
While toxicological data on hexose oxidase from Chondrus crispus expressed in Hansenula polymorphia and lutein from Tagetes erecta L.
A summary follows of the Committee's evaluations of toxicological and intake data on various specific food additives (benzoyl peroxide, a-cyclodextrin, hexose oxidase, from Chondrus crispus expressed in Hansenula polymorpha, lutein from Tagetes erecta L., peroxyacid antimicrobial solutions containing l-hydroxyethylidene-l, 1-diphosphonic acid (HEDP), steviol glycosides, D-tagatose, xylanases from Bacillus subtilis expressed in B.
Disturbances to populations of clonal seaweeds typically neither cause mortality of genetic individuals (genets), nor do they commonly create space for colonization by other species because the perennial holdfast encrusting the substrate remains intact (e.g., Chondrus crispus; Mathieson and Burns 1975, Lubchenco 1980, Dudgeon et al.
phenoxyethanol (and) glucose (and) chondrus crispus
This idea is consistent with the results of Dudgeon and Johnson (1992), who reported that in order for Chondrus crispus and Mastocarpus stellatus to continue to grow and survive in the same flow environment they must increase their mechanical strength, the cross sectional area of the stipe, or both, to withstand drag forces.
Chondrus crispus, or Irish Moss, is an important source of mixed amino acids, magnesium, and sulfur.
Chondrus crispus, a form of red seaweed found in the Atlantic Ocean, acts as an emollient to help soothe, smooth, and hydrate aging skin.