bladderwrack


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bladderwrack

(ˈblædəˌræk)
n
(Plants) any of several seaweeds of the genera Fucus and Ascophyllum, esp F. vesiculosus, that grow in the intertidal regions of rocky shores and have branched brown fronds with air bladders
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Noun1.bladderwrack - similar to and found with black rockweedbladderwrack - similar to and found with black rockweed
rockweed - coarse brown seaweed growing on rocks exposed at low tide
2.bladderwrack - a common rockweed used in preparing kelp and as manurebladderwrack - a common rockweed used in preparing kelp and as manure
rockweed - coarse brown seaweed growing on rocks exposed at low tide
genus Fucus - type genus of the family Fucaceae: cartilaginous brown algae
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