Laminariales


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Noun1.Laminariales - in some classifications coextensive with family Laminariaceae: marine brown algae of cold or polar seas
protoctist order - the order of protoctists
class Phaeophyceae, Phaeophyceae - brown algae; mostly marine and littoral eukaryotic algae
family Laminariaceae, Laminariaceae - large family of marine brown algae including many economically important large kelps chiefly of northern waters
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Iodine uptake in Laminariales involves extracellular, haloperoxidase-mediated oxidation of iodide.
In shallow temperate waters, macroalgae are a major source of benthic primary productivity and kelp forests, created by brown algae in the order Laminariales, are some of the most productive ecosystems in the world (Mann, 1973).
Seamustard, also known as wakame (Undaria pinnatifida) is a large brown seaweed belonging to the order Laminariales.
2001) have confirmed the monophyly of the majority of orders whereas the Laminariales and Sphacelariales appeared as paraphyletic.
Iodine uptake in Laminariales involves extracellular, halo peroxidase-mediated oxidation of iodide.
For vegetation, algae were mostly Ulua, eelgrass was Zostera marina, and kelps were mostly Laminariales (e.
Some Laminariales (kelp) are missing from the base of the Bay of Biscay that are common to the north and reappear to the west, halfway along the Asturian coast, and are present as far as the Portuguese coast.
Laminariales, Chapman and Craigie 1977), continuously shed epiphyte loads via the senescence of older tissues at the blade tips.
Fruiting in several species of Laminariales from southern California.
The subtidal habitats of continental Chile are dominated by brown algae, primarily from the Order Laminariales, which form extensive forests with an understory dominated by crustose algae (Palma & Ojeda, 2002; Perez-Matus et al.
In Brittany, the relief is covered by Saccorhiza polyschides and Laminaria hyperborea, while in Monterey it is covered by spectacular kelp forests, mainly of Macrocystis pyrifera and other laminariales (Laminaria sechelli, L.