Chondrus crispus


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Related to Chondrus crispus: Irish moss, Ascophyllum nodosum
A marine lichen, the dried fronds of which contain carrageenans—polysaccharide complexes; it is demulcent, and emollient, and has been used to soothe coughs and gastric ulcers

Chondrus crispus,

n See Irish moss.
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From a nutrient standpoint, Chondrus crispus maintains a unique amino acid profile that is extremely well balanced.
By grazing ephemeral filamentous algae, periwinkles facilitate colonization of larger fleshy macroalgae, such as fucoids and Chondrus crispus (Lubchenco 1980, Lubchenco 1983, Scheibling et al.
0 (Water, glycerin, lecithin, caffeine, ruscus aculeatus [butcherbroom) extract, TEA-hydroiodide, hedera helix (ivy] extract, carnitine, escin, tripeptide-3, xanthan gum, chondrus crispus (carrageenans], EDTA) Glycerin 8.
0 (Water, glycerin, lecithin, caffeine, ruscus aculeatus (butcherbroom] extract, TEA-hydroiodide, hedera helix [ivy] extract, carnitine, escin, tripeptide-3, xanthan gum, chondrus crispus [carrageenans], EDTA) Ethylhexyl cocoate 5.