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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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Chemical and physical-chemical characteristics of dietary fibers from Ulva lactuca (L.) Thuret and Enteromorpha compressa (L.) Grev.
2) AC, alkaline compounds; AM, ammonium; SH, sodium hydroxide; AU, alum; OE, organic extract; SBP, sugar beet pulp; AH, alfalfa hay; ULF, Ulva Fascists extracts.
Under the experimental conditions tested in this study, Ulva spp.
En el Puerto Andres Sanchez Magallanes se encontraron especies que toleran la exposicion al fuerte oleaje y a la insolacion, es el caso de Chaetomorpha antennina, Ulva fasciata y U.
The prospect of better management practices, based on the utilization of Ulva mariculture designs, bodes well for the aquaculture industry.
digitata, and Alaria esculenta (TPC varying from 13.8 to 30 g phloroglucinol equivalents (PGE) per 100 g of extract), red algae Palmaria palmata and Chondrus crispus, and the green algae (Ulva lactuca) with values ranging from 0.4 to 24.2 g PGE per 100 g of extract.
Keywords: Proximate; Natural food; Gracilaria lichenoides; Ulva fasciata; Abalone
Keywords: Ulva fasciata, oily content, Transesterification, Biodiesel, Mechanical stirring, Microwave irradiations.
It was abundant on Ulva, the brown alga Sargassum and corallines, with population densities averaging 52 individuals/10 cm2 of substrate (Fraser et al.
Sea lettuce (genus Ulva) species are widespread; from polar to tropical waters.