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Synonyms for algae

primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves

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We have thus intensified our on-site chlorination and flushing activities, Maynilad said, adding that a new biological activated filtration (BAF) system in its Putatan water treatment facility should provide a permanent solution to the algea problem.
Algea Therapies announced on Thursday the launch of a next generation fracture management and vertebral augmentation platform, the SHIELD Vertebral Compression Fracture (VCF) System.
This page and opposite: Heads covered with varieties of coral, sponges, and algea.
With 70 years of experience, Algea is a world expert in collecting and processing Arctic Ascophyllum nodosum.
"The Baltic Sea has a lot to offer when it comes to developing environmentally sustainable technology," she said, citing the potential of algea, a product of eutrophication, as a base for biodiesel.
In addition to the latest warning, the state has ongoing health advisories for toxic blue-green algea at Hills Creek Reservoir in Lane County, Lemolo Lake in Douglas County, Odell Lake in Klamath County, and Whetstone Pond in Jackson County.