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n. pl. al·gae (-jē)
Any of numerous photosynthetic organisms of aquatic or moist habitats, ranging in size from single-celled diatoms to large seaweeds such as kelp, and characterized by a lack of complex organs and tissues. Once classified within the plant kingdom, the algae are now considered to include several unrelated groups belonging to different kingdoms.
al′gal (ăl′gəl) adj.
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|Adj.||1.||algal - of or relating to alga|
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algal[ˈælgəl] ADJ → de algas
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algal[ˈælgəl] adj → algal(e)
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adj → Algen-; algal bloom → Algenblüte f
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