floridean

floridean

(flɒˈrɪdɪən)
adj
of or relating to members of the botanical genus Florideae (red algae)
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The common characteristics of red algae includes, they are eukaryotes without centrioles and flagella, use floridean polysaccharides as food reserves, have chloroplasts without external endoplasmic reticulum and containing unstacked thylakoids and their accessory pigments are phycobiliproteins (19).
According to the authors, the crude extracts in water at 120[degrees]C contain large amounts of floridean starch, whereas no starch was detected at 25[degrees]C.
This suggests a mixture with floridean starch in this crude extract based on Murano et al.
Take, for example, Kelley C Rice-Schild, whose great-grandmother Florence Dean opened The Floridean Rest Home (today named The Floridean Nursing and Rehabilitation Center) in Miami in 19 Her story touches on every aspect of the "family-owned" saga.
We did not have enough individuals from Floridean populations at the time of this assay.
Plastid development and floridean starch grain formation during carposporogenesis in the red alga Gigartina teedii.
A Liverpool regular, the crowd-pleasing Floridean has won more than $4m dollars in prize-money during his career.
He began listing all the Floridean wildlife that you have to be wary of.
I watched traffic lights drift across the fissured ceiling, thoughts tangling in windrows of kelp and its gelatinous extracts: algin, agar, carrageenin, floridean starch.
Kelley Rice-Schild, owner, operator, and administrator of the Floridean Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Miami, told lawmakers AHCA/NCAL believes the proposal "to limit arbitration and undermine the Federal Arbitration Act represents bad public policy.
floridean starch, a branched glucan similar to amylopectin) (Lobban and Harrison, 1997).
Quantification of loss and change in Floridean reef coral population.