Porphyra


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Related to Porphyra: red laver, porphyra yezoensis
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Potent antibacterial and cytotoxic activities of Porphyra sp.
Water and acid soluble polysaccharides were isolated from the red algae Porphyra yezoensis, which also exhibited similar responses in vitro and in vivo.
Nutrient-rich shallow water provides excellent conditions for farming laver seaweed (nori, Porphyra yezoensis), yielding 40% of the total annual production in Japan in recent decades (Sasaki, 2005a).
In vivo antioxidant activity of polysaccharide fraction from Porphyra haitanesis (Rhodophyta) in aging mice.
The effects of temperature and ammonium on growth, pigment production and nitrogen uptake in four species of Porphyra native to the coast of New England.
GABA-mimetic molecules from Porphyra (Rhodophyta) induce metamorphosis of Haliotis (Gastropoda) larvae.
Born illegitimate, but in the royal Porphyra ('purple house') like his father Leo to assure his rule, (1) he became a child emperor in 913 CE at seven years old, (2) only to be deposed, overruled and challenged by his relatives for much of his forty year reign.
Liang, Crystal Structure of Allophycocyanin from Red Algae Porphyra yezoensis at 2.
com Another traditional Welsh favourite is laverbread, the cooked puree of Porphyra umbilicalis, a seaweed common on the shores of western Britain.
Evaluation of the bioremediatory potential of several species of the red alga Porphyra using short-term measurements of nitrogen uptake as a rapid bioassay.
Greek fire (including an account of a modern re-creation), Byzantium's secret weapon, provides an entree into the military reconquests of the tenth century, and the porphyra (purple chamber) where empresses gave birth is the focus for a discussion of dynasticism and imperial marriages, domestic and foreign.