red seaweed


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red seaweed

n
(Plants) another term for red algae
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Scientists from the DOST-PNRI developed the PGP from carrageenan, a natural polymer extracted from red seaweed. Using the fabricated liquid handling system at PNRI's Electron Beam Irradiation Facility, the carrageenan solution is processed using electron beams into a foliar fertilizer sprayed at certain stages in the plant's life.
The mask-coined Neutrogena MaskiD--is a hydrogel mask, created from cellulose sourced from locust beans and red seaweed.
Ash content ranged from 25.49 to 36.69 %, being the brown seaweed Padina pavonica and the red seaweed Centroceras clavulatum the ones which showed the lowest and the highest values, respectively.
The seaweed extracts is also segmented into type such as brown, green and red seaweed extract.
Their efficacy is based on Carragelose[R], a polymer derived from red seaweed with a special, clinically proven, efficacy against viral respiratory infections.
Sebastian Professional Twisted Curl Reviver Styling Spray, PS18 Formula: Designed for anything from bouffy waves to serious corkscrew curls, this uses red seaweed extract for flexibility and control in one.
Some red seaweed, Dulse and Gracilaria, has been traditionally consumed in dried form.
Ash, fat, protein and crude fiber content of the seaweed was observed to be lower compared to other red seaweed species reported by Gressler et al.
Carbohydrates such as cellulose and floridean starch are present in cells; however, other complex polysaccharides accumulate in brown seaweed (alginate, laminarin and fucoidan), red seaweed (galactans) and green seaweed (ulvan).
Dr Jart Firm Lover rubber mask, PS10, www.selfridges.com A rubber mask with a serum containing salicylic acid and red seaweed to firm skin and help maintain moisture.
Seaweed has long been used in skincare to firm and tone the skin, and this body bar (also available in Red Seaweed) includes Newfoundland green Phaeophyta,along with safflower, coconut, and olive oils and peppermint essential oil.
Chondrus crispus--a species of red seaweed found along the rocky coasts of the Atlantic--has unique properties that can bind and trap water molecules, (19) thereby effectively rehydrating different layers of eyelid skin.