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see seaweedseaweed,
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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; PhaeophytaPhaeophyta
, 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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kelp

[kelp]
(botany)
The common name for brown seaweed belonging to the Laminariales and Fucales.

kelp

any large brown seaweed, esp any in the order Laminariales
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Alberto said, We have characterized a lot of genetic diversity of giant kelp.
If the tides are too strong the kelp gets too coarse, but there are places in Rathlin where the a tides are ideal, between one and two knots.
Previously, there were only four basic tastes, but kombu kelp possesses a taste that could not be categorised in any one of those tastes.
Comparing kelp density with otters and kelp density without otters, they found that "sea otters have a positive indirect effect on kelp biomass by preying on sea urchins, a kelp grazer.
A maximum 2,500 becquerels per kilogram of radioactive iodine was found in dry kelp, a similar level found in kelp off the West Coast of North America after the 1986 nuclear accident in Chernobyl, but it constitutes a level for consumption not harmful for humans, according to some U.
Brown sea vegetables, such as kelp and arame, are very high in the mineral iodine (1/4 cup of kelp contains 278% DV.
Harvesting the kelp in July when carbohydrate levels are at their highest would ensure the best sugar release for biofuel production.
This is a clear example of where we can achieve better conservation outcomes by focusing on deeper understanding of processes and climate interactions, rather than spending considerable research effort trying to estimate the proportion of kelp decline that is due to human carbon dioxide emissions,' urges Dr Poloczanska.
had passed out of me and I was filled instead with the kelp.
Methods of harvesting of kelp are important so as to maintain proper re-growth of the plant after cutting.
Kelp is a type of seaweed containing about 70 minerals that can easily be used by plants and animals.
In this study, the effect of various storage methods for the kelp Saccharina latissima on somatic growth of juvenile green sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, was evaluated.