Ascophyllum


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Synonyms for Ascophyllum

brown algae distinguished by compressed or inflated branchlets along the axis

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and brown macroalgae Ascophyllum nodosum had a similar value as benthic microalgae.
Antidiabetic properties of polysaccharide- and polyphenolic-enriched fractions from the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum.
Copper and iron Concentrations in Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucales, Phaeophyta) from Different Sites in Ireland and after Culture Experiments in Relation to Thallus Age and Epiphytism.
The highest amounts were found in Ascophyllum, Porphyra and Palmaria species and were above 70% (25).
CHARACTER TAXA OF THE ALLIANCE: Ascophyllum nodosum, Bostrychia scorpioides, Catenella caespitosa, Fucus ceranoides, F.
It contains seven essential oils--including natural extracts of orange, lime, coriander and mint--as well as EcoCert Laminaria Digitata and Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed that nourish the skin.
Habitat and feeding preferences of crustacean mesoherbivores inhabiting the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum (L.
Occasionally, Elachista fucicola--norrmally epiphytic on species of Fucus and Ascophyllum nodosum, neither of which is present in the Boulder Patch--occurred on coralline red algal substratum.
Seasonal variation in the pigment content and photosynthesis of different thallus regions of Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucales, Phaeophyta) in relation to position in the canopy.
Trophic ecology of the rocky shore community associated with the Ascophyllum nodosum zone (Roscoff, France): A [delta][sup.
Among the most active are the laminaria, fucus, dictyopteris, ascophyllum, undaria (wakame), macrocystis (Pacific bullwhip kelp), and sargassum seaweeds.
The Norwegian seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum grows in the cold and crystal clear waters of the Arctic Ocean, enduring the icy winter and a summer that brings full exposure to the sun.
Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus and Ascophyllum nodosum) are the dominant algal species covering the intertidal and shallow subtidal areas (Centre Saint-Laurent 1996).
Hurtado A, Yunque D, Tibubos K, Critchley A (2009) Use of Acadian marine plant extract powder from Ascophyllum nodosum in tissue culture of Kappaphycus varieties.