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sea lettuce

n.
Any of several green algae of the genus Ulva, having a membranous, leaflike, irregularly shaped thallus that can be eaten fresh or dried in salads or soups.
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Antihyperlipidemic effects of different molecular weight sulfated polysaccharides from Ulva pertusa (Chlorophyta).
In this context, the present study demonstrated that the extracts of Ulva rigida, a green seaweed, possess a strong ability to scavenge DPPH radical and also exhibit a high content of total phenolic components.
The coatings applied using both application methods were tested for Ulva sporeling removal after 28 days of water immersion.
Resources competition between Ulva rigida and Zostera marina: a quantitative approach applied to the Lagoon of Venice.
Terence Baines, a former director of Mr Foster's company Ulva, said: "It's anyone's guess, but it seems that the people he owed money to are big companies and I can't see them behind something like this.
The goal of this study was to determine in vitro antitrypanosomal, antileishmanial and antiplasmodial activities of the ethanolic extracts of nine species of freshwater and marine algae found in Turkish waters, namely Potamogeton perfoliatus, Ranunculus tricophyllus, Cladophora glomerata, Dictyota dichotoma, Halopteris scoparia, Posidonia oceanica, Scinaia furcellata, Sargassum natans and Ulva lactuca.
Where the algal or Ulva mats are present, they have covered and eliminated the areas as sources of food.
This is often a precursor to barnacle and plant growth, and the team hopes the material's movement should deter organisms other than ulva from attaching themselves.
Mrs Cameron, 46, who was co-driving for her husband, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, between Torloisk and Lagan Ulva, just after midnight.
On a normal or combination complexion, Ulva Lactuca Algae would be used to protect and moisturise your skin.
An argument often put forward in favor of the homologous theory of alternation of generations (and sporophyte origin) is the alleged "evidence" of algae with isomorphic (morphologically identical or very similar) gametophytes and sporophytes, such as Ulva, Cladophora suhriana, Chaetomorpha (cf.
Macroalgae such as Enteromorpha intestinalis and Ulva expansa are highly successful in estuarine systems, in which nutrient inputs can range from chronic, daily loads to episodic pulses.