Ascophyllum nodosum


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similar to and found with black rockweed

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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.
With 70 years of experience, Algea is a world expert in collecting and processing Arctic Ascophyllum nodosum.
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It is understood that the algae product is a dried meal made from Ascophyllum nodosum, a seaweed of the northern Atlantic Ocean, also known as Norwegian kelp or bladder wrack.
For example, Ascophyllum nodosum, an intertidal brown macroalgae that is also native to the north Atlantic coast, photosynthesizes at slightly greater rates when exposed than when submerged (Johnson and Raven, 1986), whereas the converse occurs in the green alga Ulva sp.
I manipulated Ascophyllum nodosum canopies in the high zone of two sites from each region and then determined the consequences for underlying Semibalanus balanoides recruits and adults for two years (January 1995 through January 1997).
See also, Glyn Sharp, Ascophyllum Nodosum and Its Harvesting in Eastern Canada (Halifax: prepared for FAO Fisheries Technical Paper #281, no date).
Ireland has more than 50 types of seaweed, but the most popular is ascophyllum nodosum, which is plentiful in sheltered areas and is eaten on the European market.
Ascophyllum nodosum is a macro, brown alga belong to class of Phaeophyceae, order of Fucales and family of Fucaceae.
Ascophyllum nodosum supplementation strategies that improve overall carcass merit of implanted English crossbred cattle.
Benefits of ascophyllum nodosum marine-plant extract applications to 'Thompson Seedless' grape production.
Marginal populations under pressure: spatial and temporal heterogeneity of Ascophyllum nodosum and associated assemblages affected by human trampling in Portugal.
Ascophyllum Nodosum, is a seaweed that harbours exceptional nutrients that grows where the environment is pure and pristine and the sound of nature is the only audible noise.
Ascophyllum nodosum extract is harvested from the waters of Nova Scotia in Canada while Undaria pinnatifida extract is from the east coast of Tasmania, in the waters of Maria Island National Park.