Definition of Laminaria digitata. Meaning of Laminaria digitata. Synonyms of Laminaria digitata

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Definition of Laminaria digitata

Laminaria digitata
Sea girdles Sea" gir"dles (Bot.) A kind of kelp (Laminaria digitata) with palmately cleft fronds; -- called also sea wand, seaware, and tangle.

Meaning of Laminaria digitata from wikipedia

- Laminaria digitata is a large brown alga in the family Laminariaceae, also known by the common name oarweed. It is found in the sublittoral zone of the...
- Ruprecht  Laminaria bulbosa J. V. Lamouroux Laminaria bullata Kjellman Laminaria complanata (Setc**** & N. L. Garder) Muenscher Laminaria digitata (Hudson)...
- kelp. Laminaria sticks can be generated from Laminaria ****onica and Laminaria digitata. Synthetic osmotic dilators are commonly referred to by their brand...
- recorded as surviving for 15 years. Laminaria hyperborea can be distinguished from the rather similar L. digitata by being paler in colour and having...
- L. digitata may refer to: Lambis digitata, a sea snail species Laminaria digitata, the oarweed, a large brown alga species found in the sublittoral zone...
- California) Laminaria cuneifolia (NE. America) Laminaria dentigera Klellm. (California - America) Laminaria digitata (NE. America) Laminaria ephemera Setc****...
- (Chondracanthus exasperatus), feather boa (Egregia menziesii), and finger kelp (Laminaria digitata). In 2005, it was announced that bacteria grown on Fucus have the...
- alga. It may grow as a short structure near the base of the alga (as in Laminaria), or it may develop into a large, complex structure running throughout...
- degree (+) in distribution with Fucus serratus and somewhat more with Laminaria digitata. It has low and high light limitation values of about 5 and 70 W per...
- Rhodophyta, (Laurencia, Mastocarpus stellatus, Rhodymenia and Lomentaria). Laminaria, Saccorhiza polyschides and small algae are common in the sub-littoral...
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