Ascophyllum nodosum


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Noun1.Ascophyllum nodosum - similar to and found with black rockweedAscophyllum nodosum - similar to and found with black rockweed
rockweed - coarse brown seaweed growing on rocks exposed at low tide
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Thanks to the addition of ascophyllum Nodosum, or egg wrack, the Turn to Page 48 From Page 47 firm's latest culinary innovation has 50% less salt than its traditional counterparts.
Ascophyllum nodosum is a macro, brown alga belong to class of Phaeophyceae, order of Fucales and family of Fucaceae.
Effect of Ascophyllum nodosum on alleviation of heat stress in dairy cows.
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.
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.
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.
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.
herbivory in the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum.
Made from a strain of seaweed in the Ascophyllum nodosum family, ProDen PlaqueOff Animal granules are formulated to be added to a pet's food; the taste appeals to most dogs and cats.
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.
A natural whole-food ingredient, Seagreens used in this study was of the species Ascophyllum nodosum, which has iodine levels typically around 700 [micro]g/g.