Alaria


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Alaria

a genus of the family Diplostomatidae of digenetic trematodes. Includes A. alata (largely nonpathogenic, found in intestines of wild and domestic carnivores).
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Mostly used microalgal species include Chondrus crispus, Mastocarpus stellatus, Alaria esculenta, S.
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6) Este concepto se ampliara en el desarrollo del proyecto a partir de autores como Carlos Arboleda, Pablo Moreno, Ana Alaria Bidegain, Jean Pierre Bastian, Peter Berger, Luckman, William Mauricio Beltran Cely, entre otros que han trabajado de manera amplia el tema del pluralismo religioso en Colombia v en Latinoamerica.
In particular, the shallow sublittoral fringe at Schoodic Point had the highest proportion of kelp of the nine sites and had a moderate canopy of Saccharina latissima (formerly known as Laminaria saccharina) and Alaria esculenta.
To the Editor: The digenean trematode Alaria alata is considered an emerging zoonotic parasite in Europe because of increased findings in wild boars during Trichinella inspection.
Dr Alaria Bultrighini of University College London began her study of a rare stone parapegma unearthed on Yeronisos, "an intriguing device" for keeping track of the 30-day lunar calendar.
Table 1: Examples of Marine Macroalgae PHYLUM GENUS COMMON NAME EXAMPLE Phaeophyta: Alaria Kelp, bladderlocks Alaria esculenta Ascophyllum Egg wrack Ascophyllum nodosum Ecklonia Kelp Ecklonia maxima Phaeophyta: Laminaria sp.
CHARACTER TAXA OF THE ALLIANCE: Alaria esculenta, Calliblepharis jubata, Chylocladia verticillata, Dilsea carnosa, Halopteris scoparia, Himanthalia elongata, Laminaria digitata, L.
This is in contrast to other temperate algae, such as the kelps Nereocystis luetkeana and Alaria marginata, which can produce new blade tissue at rates of 4-14 cm per day (Kain, 1987; Maxell and Miller, 1996; McConnico and Foster, 2005).
Hoover, Meghan Teresa Hudson, Benjamin Andrew Leach, Alexis Bailey Lott, Briana Susan Miller, Nathanael James Miller, Jennifer Bryan Parks, Brittany Michelle Pauser, Tabitha Lynn Poteat, Alaria Grace Sacco, Eryn Staib, Mary Faith Strickland, Audrey Elizabeth Thomas, Andrew Jordan Towery, Meredith Vaughn, William Thomas Vickers, III, Joseph Cameron Wheeler.