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Noun1.Chondrus - a genus of protoctist
protoctist genus - any genus of Protoctista
family Gigartinaceae, Gigartinaceae - a family of protoctist
carageen, carrageen, carragheen, Chondrus crispus, Irish moss - dark purple edible seaweed of the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America
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angusta in cox 1 is now represented by a large gap, as this intron is not present in Chondrus crispus, Gelidium vagum, Gracilaria salicornia, or Rhodymenia pseudopalmata.
Chondrus crispus), has an ability to bind water and form a gel after heat treatment.
The species Chondrus crispus and Mastocarpus stellatus were the first seaweed used for carrageenan extraction.
The genera Agardhiella, Solieria (MURANO et al., 1997), Halymenia, Hypnea, Chondrus, Eucheuma, Gigartina and Kappaphycus (CAMPO et al., 2009; ROBLEDO; FREILE-PELEGRIN, 2010) of red seaweeds are rich sources in CARs.
A carragena e obtida da extracao de algas marinhas vermelhas (generos Chondrus, Eucheuma e Gigartina) e sua estrutura consiste de polimeros sulfatados constituidos de unidades de galactose e anidrogalactose.
(9) Examples of particularly valuable types of seaweed used in oral supplements include Irish Moss (Chondrus crispus), Fucose or Fucus vesiculosis (Bladderwrack), species of Laminaria, (especially Laminaria japonica), Sargassum muticum (Hondawara, Japan, and Limu-Lala, Hawaii), and Undaria pinnatifida (Wakame).
The most representative seaweed was Fucus seraratus, Fucus spiralis, Ulva lactuca, Laminaria Sp., Chondrus crispus, Palmaria palmate and Delesseria sanguine, all of which were collected and the bacteria from their surfaces isolated on a variety of media.
Carrageenans are a group of sulphated polysaccharides, polymers of D-galactose, obtained from several red seaweeds, but mainly from natural populations of Chondrus crispus collected in Canada and several species of Gigartina and Iridaea collected in Chile (about 15,000 tons of dry seaweed a year) and Euchema, from large cultivated areas in the Philippines and Indonesia (that produce approximately 66,000 tons a year).
In each quadrat, percent cover of primary space holders (barnacles: Semibalanus balanoides, mussels: Mytilus edulis, and algae: Chondrus crispus, Ascophyllum nodosum, and Fucus spp.) as well as bare space was quantified with a 1-[m.sup.2], 100-point grid.
Chondrus crispus, a form of red seaweed found in the Atlantic Ocean, acts as an emollient to help soothe, smooth, and hydrate aging skin.
29TNH19: Malpica, playa de Barizo, intermareal inferior, 23-VII2005, tetrasporofito, sobre Chondrus crispus,Baamonde, Cremades, Barbara, Lagos, Pena & Tibaldo, SANT-Algae 16901; ibidem, intermareal inferior, 23-VI-2001, tetrasporofito, Barbara, SANT-Algae 16065; Malpica, As Garzas, litoral inferior, 27-IV1998, tetrasporofito, Veiga & Lopez, SANT-Algae 10154.