Fucus vesiculosus

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Noun1.Fucus vesiculosus - a common rockweed used in preparing kelp and as manureFucus vesiculosus - 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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Marco Zanghi, Fox Lane High School, "Comparative Consumption of Ulva lactuca (Sea Lettuce) and Fucus vesiculosus (Rock Weed) by Hemigrapsus sanguineus (Asian Shore Crab) in the Long Island Sound Estuary"
Comparing the effect of marine acidification on three different macroalgal species (Ulva intestinalis, Fucus vesiculosus, and Furcellaria lumbricalis), Pajusalu et al.
(20.) Fujimura T, Tsukahara K, Moriwaki S.Treatment of human skin with an extract of Fucus vesiculosus changes its thickness and mechanical properties Int J Cosmet Sci.
Contents of soluble, cell-wall bound and exuded phlorotannins on the brown alga Fucus vesiculosus, with implications on their ecological functions.
Munoz, "Characterization of the biosorption of cadmium, lead and copper with the brown alga Fucus vesiculosus," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
Li et al., "Pretreatment with Fucoidan from Fucus vesiculosus Protected against ConA-Induced Acute Liver Injury by Inhibiting Both Intrinsic and Extrinsic Apoptosis," PLoS ONE, vol.
Proximate composition and nutritional value of three macroalgae: Ascophyllum nodosum, Fucus vesiculosus and Bifurcaria bifurcata.
Reevaluation of bactericidal, cytotoxic, and macrophage-stimulating activities of commercially available Fucus vesiculosus fucoidan.
Most studies recorded that for algal germlings the effects of Cu toxicity appeared after four days and this was true for both an increase in the surface area of Fucus vesiculosus and apical hairs of its germlings [13], and also for the growth of gametophytes of Undaria pinnatifida [17].
The process involved the biosorption and bioreduction of Au by brown seaweed (Fucus vesiculosus) and resulted in nanoparticles of various sizes and morphologies being produced [63].