laminarian

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laminarian

(ˌlæmɪˈnɛərɪən)
adj
(Biology) belonging or relating to the laminaria or to the zone where they grow, which is between two and ten fathoms deep
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They are particularly rich in phytohormones (indoleacetic acids (IAA), commonly known as auxins, gibberellic acids, cytokinins, abscisic acids (ABA), and ethylene), complex organic compounds, vitamins, simple and complex sugars (polysaccharides like alginates, laminarian, and carrageenans), enzymes, N-containing compounds like betaines, proteins, and amino acids, sterols [4, 6].
Laminarian sea-plant is a fabulous way to replenish the organism and to relieve pain and aching joints.
The [[delta].sup.13] C of juvenile stages of laminarian macroalgae have been reported to be -21 [per thousand] to -24 [per thousand] , and are isotopically more depleted than adult individuals (Fredriksen 2003, Won 2007).
(2009) reported mean daily consumption of 37 mg individual (-1) day (-1) of fresh blade tissue of the laminarian Macrocystis pyrifera by Peramphithoe femorata.
The laminarian alga Undaria pinnatifida was introduced from the
Thus laminarian seaweeds are restricted to cold or temperate nutrient-rich seas, and are very rare in tropical and subtropical areas, where the lack of nutrients in the water prevents their development or limits them to the richer waters of the seafloor.
The macroalgal removal experiment was carried out at Alphabet Bay between the depths of 7-12 m in a forest of the laminarian Ecklonia radiata (C.
Membranipora membranacea is a circumglobally abundant cheilostome bryozoan that is epiphytic on laminarian kelps.
For example, settlers of the bryozoan Membranipora membranacea are found primarily at the proximal ends of laminarian algae (Seed, 1976), a pattern on spatial scales of centimeters to meters that has been attributed to preferential larval settlement in response to chemical or tactile (level of damage of the host kelp related to age) cues (Brumbaugh et al., 1994).
In the marine part of the reserve, the subtidal and intertidal areas have dense beds of large seaweeds, kelps, dominated by the laminarian algal genera Nereocystis and Macrocystis, and meadows of marine flowering plants.
Light and temperature demands for growth and reproduction of laminarian gametophytes in southern and central California.