Some populations of brown seaweed species inhabit metal-polluted environments and can develop tolerance to metal stress, but the mechanisms by which this is accomplished are still to be elucidated. To address this, the responses of two strains of the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus isolated from sites with different histories of metal contamination exposed to total copper (CuT) concentrations ranging between 0 and 2.4 μM for 10 days were investigated. The synthesis of the metal-chelator phytochelatin (PCs) and relative levels of transcripts encoding the enzymes γ-glutamylcysteine synthetase (γ-GCS), glutathione synthase (GS) and phytochelatin synthase (PCS) that participate in the PC biosynthetic pathway were measured, along with the effects on growth, and adsorption and uptake of Cu. Growth of strain LIA, from a pristine site in Scotland, was inhibited to a greater extent, and at lower concentrations, than that of Es524, isolated from a Cu-contaminated site in Chile. Concentrations ...
Heterokont algae, together with cryptophytes, haptophytes and some alveolates, possess red-algal derived plastids. The chromalveolate hypothesis proposes that the red-algal derived plastids of all four groups have a monophyletic origin resulting from a single secondary endosymbiotic event. However, due to incongruence between nuclear and plastid phylogenies, this controversial hypothesis remains under debate. Large-scale genomic analyses have shown to be a powerful tool for phylogenetic reconstruction but insufficient sequence data have been available for red-algal derived plastid genomes. The chloroplast genomes of two brown algae, Ectocarpus siliculosus and Fucus vesiculosus, have been fully sequenced. These species represent two distinct orders of the Phaeophyceae, which is a major group within the heterokont lineage. The sizes of the circular plastid genomes are 139,954 and 124,986 base pairs, respectively, the size difference being due principally to the presence of longer inverted repeat and
Maier, I.; Parodi, E.; Westermeier, R.; Müller, D.G., 2000: Maullinia ectocarpii gen. et sp. nov. (Plasmodiophorea), an intracellular parasite in Ectocarpus siliculosus (Ectocarpales, Phaeophyceae) and other filamentous brown algae
This allows us in particular to explore changes in mating systems within contact zones between sister species (geographical parthenogenesis, transitions from outcrossing to self-fertilization) and their role in reproductive isolation. The main models are Lessonia spp and Mazzaella spp in Chile, and Fucus spp in France.. Genomic tools developed for the model brown alga Ectocarpus siliculosus also allow us to study the genomics of speciation within the Ectocarpus genus, a complex of closely related species separated by various degrees of inter-sterility − in particular, hybridization between E siliculosus and E crouaniorum was documented both in France and Chile. We measure and compare the importance of hybridization within contact zones and in controlled crosses in the laboratory (where the life cycle can be completed within 3 months), and plan to use next generation sequencing for locating chromosomal regions contributing to reproductive isolation (comparisons between species) and adaptative ...
Vol 9: Aqueous Extracts of the Marine Brown Alga Lobophora variegata Inhibit HIV-1 Infection at the Level of Virus Entry into Cells.. This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractIn recent years, marine algae have emerged as a rich and promising sourc. Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
Two novel phlorotannins with a molecular weight of 974, temporarily named 974-A and 974-B, were isolated from the polyphenol powder prepared from the edible marine brown alga Ecklonia kurome Okamura, and their chemical structures were determined by spectroscopic method. The isolated yield of the total of 974-A and 974-B was approximately 4% (w/w) from the polyphenol powder. In 974-A, the carbon at the C2′ position in the A ring of phlorofucofuroeckol-A forms a C-C bond with the carbon at the C2″ position of the C ring of triphloretol-B, while in 974-B, phlorofucofuroeckol-B and triphloretol-B form a C-C bond in the same manner as in 974-A. These structures were supported by high resolution-MS/MS data. To evaluate the antioxidant activities, the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging assay and intracellular radical scavenging assay, using 2′,7′-dichlorofluorescin diacetate (DCFH-DA), were performed for 974-A, 974-B, and four known phlorotannins. The results of the DPPH assay
Ceratophyllum physodes (L.) M. Choisy, more, Ceratophyllum physodes var. fulvescens (Harm.) M. Choisy, Ceratophyllum physodes var. labrosa (Ach.) M. Choisy, Ceratophyllum physodes var. luxurians (Harm.) M. Choisy, Ceratophyllum physodes var. physodes (L.) M. Choisy, Ceratophyllum physodes var. platyphylla (Ach.) M. Choisy, Hypogymnia physodes f. labrosa (Ach.) Walt. Watson, Hypogymnia physodes f. platyphylla (Ach.) Rass., Hypogymnia physodes f. subtubulosa (Anders) Rass., Hypogymnia physodes f. vittatoides (Mereschk.) Räsänen, Hypogymnia physodes var. labrosa (Ach.) Parrique, Hypogymnia physodes var. platyphylla (Ach.) Walt. Watson, Imbricaria physodes (L.) DC., Imbricaria physodes f. physodes (L.) DC., Imbricaria physodes f. subcrustacea Flot., Lichen physodes L., Lobaria physodes (L.) Hoffm., Menegazzia physodes (L.) Navás, Parmelia duplicata var. douglasicola Gyeln., Parmelia oregana Gyeln., Parmelia physodes Ach., Parmelia physodes f. cassidiformis Vereit., Parmelia physodes f. corallina ...
Objectives : This study was designed to examine the effect of Ecklonia cava on expressing of blood lipids and UCP-1 of brown adipose tissue(BAT) in zucker rats. Methods : Experimental groups were divided into 3 groups: normal group, control group and sample group for 7 separate rats as expriment. Control and sample groups were genetrically modified obesity. All groups didnt impose restrictions on food and water. And we gave a ecklonia cava to sample group for 6 weeks. Ecklonia cava was examined in effects of blood glucose, insulin concentration and UCP-1 in brown adipose tissue. Results : 1. Control and sample groups were increased in weight. But, sample group was decreased as compared to control group. 2. Sample group was decreased significantly as compared to control group with insulin concentration, HOMA, TG, FFA. 3. Sample group was increased significantly as compared to control group with UCP-1 mRNA. Conclusions : Based on these results, it was proved that Ecklonia cava on obesity effects in
Accumulating data clearly indicate that the induction of apoptosis by nontoxic natural compounds is a potent defense against the development and progression of many malignancies, including colon cancer. Resveratrol and the fucoidans have been shown to possess potent anti-tumor activity in vitro and in vivo. The aim of the present study was to examine whether the combination of a fucoidan from the brown alga Saccharina cichorioides Miyabe and resveratrol would be an effective preventive and/or therapeutic strategy against colon cancer. Based on NMR spectroscopy and MALDI-TOF analysis, the fucoidan isolated and purified from Saccharina cichorioides Miyabe was (1→3)-α-l-fucan with sulfate groups at C2 and C4 of the α-l-fucopyranose residues. The fucoidan enhanced the antiproliferative activity of resveratrol at nontoxic doses and facilitated resveratrol-induced apoptosis in the HCT 116 human colon cancer cell line. Apoptosis was realized by the activation of initiator caspase-9 and effector caspase-7
Many organisms have life histories that involve alternation between two multicellular generations, a sporophyte and a gametophyte (1). A considerable amount of theoretical work has been carried out to understand the evolutionary and ecological significance of such complex life cycles (1). Haploid-diploid life cycles (i.e., cycles in which there is an alternation between a diploid sporophyte and a haploid gametophyte generation) pose a particular problem because it is necessary to explain why they do not evolve towards either haploid or diploid life cycles, both of which have theoretical advantages under some conditions. Possible advantages specific to haploid-diploid life cycles include the potential of the two generations to exploit alternative ecological niches, avoidance of biotic aggressors (because of differential susceptibility of the two generations), and a reduced cost of sex (one meiosis/fertilization every two generations). However, very little experimental work has been carried out to ...
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1. Bulman, S. R., K hn, S. F., Marshall, J. W. & Schnepf, E. (2001). A phylogenetic analysis of the SSU rRNA from members of the Plasmodiophorida and Phagomyxida. Protist 152, 43-51.. 2. Karling, J. S. (1944). Phagomyxa algarum n. gen. n. sp., an unusual parasite with plasmodiophoralean and proteomyxan characteristics. American Journal of Botany 31, 38-52.. 3. Maier, I., Parodi, E., Westermeier, R. & M ller, D. G. (2000). Maullinia ectocarpii gen. et sp. nov. (Plasmodiophorea), an intracellular parasite in Ectocarpus siliculosus (Ectocarpales, Phaeophyceae) and other filamentous brown algae. Protist 151, 225-238.. 4. Schnepf, E. (1994). A Phagomyxa-like endoparasite of centric marine diatom Bellerochea malleus: a plasmodiophoromycete. Botanica Acta 107, 374-382.. 5. Schnepf, E., Kuhn, S. F. & Bulman, S. (2000). Phagomyxa bellerocheae sp. nov. and Phagomyxa odontellae sp. nov., Plasmodiophoromycetes feeding on marine diatoms. Helgoland Marine Research 54, 237-242.. 6. Ward, E., Motteram, J., ...
Therapy-associated onset of stemness-maintenance in surviving tumor-cells dictates tumor relapse/recurrence. Recently, we recognized the anti-pancreatic cancer (PC) potential of seaweed polyphenol manifolds and narrowed down three superior drug-deliverables that could serve as adjuvants and benefit PC cure. Utilizing the PC- cancer stem cells (PC-CSCs) grown ex vivo and mouse model of residual-PC, we investigated the benefits of seaweed polyphenols in regulating stemness-maintenance. ALDH+CD44+CD24+ PC-CSCs from Panc-1, Panc-3.27, MiaPaCa-2, or BxPC-3 cells-derived xenografts grown ex vivo were either mock-irradiated, exposed to fractionated irradiation (FIR, 2Gy/D for 5 days), treated with polyphenols (100 μg/ml) of Hormophysa triquerta (HT-EA), Spatoglossum asperum (SA-EA) or Padina tetrastromatica (PT-EA) with/without FIR were examined for cell viability, transcription of 93 stem-cell-related molecules (QPCR profiling). Polyphenol-dependent regulation of FIR-transactivated Oct4, Zic3, EIF4C, Nanog,
As noted above, a common assumption is that viruses are molecular pirates, which acquire genes from their hosts (Sinkovics et al., 1998; Christie and Dokland, 2012). While this view of viruses as mere pick pockets (Moreira and López-García, 2009) can explain the origin of some viral genes (Murphy, 1994), it does not explain the origin of all virus genes, including the virus-encoded K+ channel-encoding genes. If the chlorovirus K+ channel genes were acquired from their algal host, one would expect that coevolution occurred between the virus and host K+ channel-encoded genes. This assumption of coevolution was recently tested experimentally because the genomes of two algal virus hosts, C. variabilis (Blanc et al., 2010) and E. siliculosus (Cock et al., 2010), have been sequenced and annotated. The coccal green alga Chlorella spp. and the filamentous brown alga Ectocarpus spp. are evolutionary very distant (Yoon et al., 2004). However, they are hosts for phycodnaviruses PBCV-1 and Esv-1, ...
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A heteropolysaccharide (SHP) with a strong immunomodulatory effect on RAW 264.7 cells was prepared from Saccharina japonica. Chemical analysis demonstrated that SHP was primarily composed of mannose, glucuronic acid, glucose, fucose, galactose, xylose and rahmnose with a molar ratio of 1.00:0.85:0.84:0.58:0.30:0.37:0.15. ESI-MS showed that depolymerized SHP produced oligo-glucuronan, oligo-glucuronomannan, sulfated fuco-oligosaccharides and other hetero-oligosaccharides. The in vitro immunomodulatory results showed that SHP could increase NO production and up-regulate the expression of many immune effectors, including iNOS, COX-2 and TNF-alpha, displaying an apparent immune enhancement activities. Western blot analysis proved that SHP activated the expression levels of many key components involved in NF-kappa B, MAPK and Akt signaling pathways. Our results together indicated that SHP has the potential to be developed as a novel immunomodulator for activating immune system ...
In vitro antibacterial and synergistic effect of phlorotannins isolated from edible brown seaweed Eisenia bicyclis against acne-related bacteria;kpubs;kpubs.org
Ecklonia cava is a type of brown algae found in the oceans of Japan and Korea. It contains tannins that have both antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Ecklonia cava is also rich in iodine, salt, iron, potassium, phosphorous, calcium, vitamin A and niacin.
Effect of Phlorotannins Isolated from the Ethyl Acetate Fraction of Ecklonia stolonifera on Peritoneal Macrophage Polarization;kpubs;kpubs.org
Résumé: Chrysochromulina ericina virus CeV-01B (CeV) was isolated from Norwegian coastal waters in 1998. Its icosahedral particle is 160 nm in diameter and encloses a 474-kb double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) genome. This virus, although infecting a microalga (the haptophyceae Haptolina ericina, formerly Chrysochromulina ericina), is phylogenetically related to members of the Mimiviridae family, initially established with the acanthamoeba-infecting mimivirus and megavirus as prototypes. This family was later split into two genera (Mimivirus and Cafeteriavirus) following the characterization of a virus infecting the heterotrophic stramenopile Cafeteria roenbergensis (CroV). CeV, as well as two of its close relatives, which infect the unicellular photosynthetic eukaryotes Phaeocystis globosa (Phaeocystis globosa virus [PgV]) and Aureococcus anophagefferens (Aureococcus anophagefferens virus [AaV]), are currently unclassified by the International Committee on Viral Taxonomy (ICTV). The detailed ...
Large-scale DNA molecular studies require reliable and efficient tools for DNA extractions. However, for some plant species and brown algae, isolation of high-quality DNA is difficult. We developed a novel method for isolating high-quality DNA from the polysaccharide-rich and polyphenol-rich brown algae based on a commercial kit and protocol (Qiagen) by optimizing the lysis step and including a chloroform/isoamyl alcohol supplementary purification step. DNAs from 24 brown algal species extracted using the original and the modified Qiagen protocol were compared for yield, quality, and effectiveness in PCR amplification. There was no significant difference in the yields between protocols. However, a statistically significant increase in DNA purity was obtained with the modified protocol, for which the A260/A280 and A260/A230 absorbance ratios averaged 1.66 ± 0.05 and 1.31 ± 0.01, respectively, compared to 1.37 ± 0.04 and 0.52 ± 0.04 with the original protocol. DNAs extracted by the modified ...
Experiments on Pelvetia canaliculata re-colonization on the Isle of Man found growth rates varied between 1.8 - 4.8 cm /annum, with an average of 3.18 cm /annum (Subrahmanyan, 1960). Growth rates between 3-5 cm / annum have also been recorded by Schonbeck & Norton (1980) and Rugg & Norton (1987). Growth rates in Pelvetia canaliculata were found to differ depending on shore height and level of shore exposure (Subrahmanyan, 1960). Those individuals found higher in the Pelvetia zone were smaller than those found lower down. The reason for dwarfism in Pelvetia canaliculata higher up in the shore zone is thought to be directly connected to the levels of desiccation (Subrahmanyan, 1960). Subrahmanyan (1960) found that Pelvetia canaliculata grew faster on more wave sheltered shores. Pelvetia canaliculata abundances also correlate with summer temperatures (Yesson et al., 2015). Within Pelvetia canaliculata populations on the Isle of Man vegetative growth and reproductive activity cycle once per annum ...
branched filaments. The larger species have filaments that are massed together and resemble the leaves and stems of plants. They have no flagella and typically grow attached to a hard surface or on other algae. Some species contain a red pigment; others range in color from green to red, purple, and greenish-black. The cell walls of Coralline red algae become heavily encrusted with minerals and help to cement and stabilize coral reefs. Brown algae (Phaeophyta). The brown algae, or Phaeophyta, are shiny brown seaweeds that are especially abundant along rocky coasts, although some float in the open ocean. Brown algae are large in size and include the giant kelps, which are located along the Pacific coast and form forests that provide habitat to a wide range of marine life. Some species of brown algae have structures called holdfasts that anchor the algae to submerged rocks. Attached to the holdfasts are stemlike stalks that support wide leaflike blades. These blades provide the major surface for ...
What is the difference between Red Algae and Brown Algae? In red algae, unicellular forms are present while in brown algae, unicellular forms are totally absent
In the pathogenesis of asthma, the proliferation of airway smooth muscle cells (ASMCs) is a key factor in airway remodeling and causes airway narrowing. In addition, ASMCs are also the effector cells of airway inflammation. Fucoidan extracted from marine brown algae polysaccharides has antiviral, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anticlotting, and anticancer properties; however, its effectiveness for asthma has not been elucidated thus far. Platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF)-treated primary ASMCs were cultured with or without oligo-fucoidan (100, 500, or 1000 µg/mL) to evaluate its effects on cell proliferation, cell cycle, apoptosis, and Akt, ERK1/2 signaling pathway ...
Domain: Eukaryota • Regnum: Chromista • Phylum: Ochrophyta • Classis: Phaeophyceae • Ordo: Fucales • Familia: Fucaceae • Genus: Pelvetia • Species: Pelvetia canaliculata (L.) Dcne. et Thur. ...
Wiencke, C. and Clayton, M. N. (1990): Sexual reproduction, life history, and early development in culture of the Antarctic brown alga Himantothallus grandifolius (Desmarestiales, Phaeophyceae , Phycologia ...
The transplants of S. siliquosa on polyethylene ropes showed better survival, growth, and more successful reproduction on the rocky shores of Gwanmaedo and Yeongsando than those on the natural stones in the present study. These results indicate that S. siliquosa showed no obvious negative effects (such as high mortality and size reduction) because the transplants grew and matured well at the new environmental conditions. Thus, population restoration of this species is likely to be achieved by transplantation. Better survival, growth, and maturity of the rope transplants compared to stone transplants might be due to the combined effect of multiple factors, such as microscale water movement, desiccation, substratum structure and feeding pressure, which are changed by the transplantation method. For instance, the S. siliquosa transplants grown on the top of polyethylene ropes were exposed at high nutrient availability and low grazing pressure because of fast water movement and less stability at the ...
A beautiful skin radiance lotion in a 50ml Pump with its main active ingredient a seaweed extract of marine polyphenols from naturally grown and harvested brown algae ecklonia cava kjellman, (the Extract). This deep penetrating, moisturising lotion leaves your skin soft, supple and radiant. It can be used twice daily and/or after Iluminesse mask applications.. The seaweed used in our lotion grows naturally around parts of Tasmania and southern New Zealand. A similar species of seaweed grows in Korea and northern Japan and has been widely eaten safely there by people of both countries for over two hundred years.. HOW TO USE. Clean the area where the Extract lotion will be applied to. You can apply the Lotion once or twice a day to cracked, dry or blemished skin. The moisturising Lotion is particularly effective when used in conjunction with our Iluminesse deep cleansing Mask.. The Lotion comes in a 50ml pop up airless pump in a silver tube. Simply turn the top. The pump will rise in the centre ...
The trimeric fucoxanthin-chlorophyll a/c protein (FCP) was purified from a Japanese brown alga, Cladosiphon okamuranus TOKIDA. Its pigment stoichiometry was determined to be chlorophyll (Chl) a:Chl c 1:Chl c 2:fucoxanthin = 4.6:1.1:1.0:5.5 by a combination of binary HPLC and 1H NMR spectroscopy. No violaxanthin found bound to the FCP. The ratio of Chl c/Chl a in this FCP is amongst the highest so far reported. ...
Background : As a natural carotenoid abundant in chloroplasts of edible brown algae, fucoxanthin possesses various health benefits, including anti-oxidative activity in particular.. Objective : In the present study, we studied whether fucoxanthin protected against hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 )-induced neuronal apoptosis.. Design : The neuroprotective effects of fucoxanthin on H 2 O 2 -induced toxicity were studied in both SH-SY5Y cells and primary cerebellar granule neurons.. Results : Fucoxanthin significantly protected against H 2 O 2 -induced neuronal apoptosis and intracellular reactive oxygen species. H 2 O 2 treatment led to the reduced activity of phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI3-K)/Akt cascade and the increased activity of extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) pathway in SH-SY5Y cells. Moreover, fucoxanthin significantly restored the altered activities of PI3-K/Akt and ERK pathways induced by H 2 O 2 . Both specific inhibitors of glycogen synthase kinase 3β (GSK3β) and ...
FibroBoost contains SEANOL-F, a patent-pending powerful extract from brown algae, rich in polyphenol/phlorotannin that have uniquely strong antioxidant properties. Phlorotannins from SEANOL support the cardiovascular system, brain, metabolism and general condition. Suggested use: As a dietary supplement, 1 to 3 capsules two times daily before meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Do not exceed 6 capsules in a 24 hour period. Also see further suggestions for use from Dr. Martin Pall, Ph.D., for the combined use of this formula with other antioxidants. Supplement Facts: Serving Size 3 capsules Servings per container 25 Amount Per Serving Ecklonia cava Extract (SEANOL-F) 1200 mg Other ingredients: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, cellulose, magnesium stearate. These nutrients are of the highest quality and purity obtainable, free of all common allergens (antigens), and do not contain preservatives, diluents, or artificial additives. These statements have not
Fertilization is a general feature of sexual reproduction in eukaryotic organisms. Its purpose is to restore a diploid genome by means of the fusion of two haploid genomes. In most animals and fucoid algae, polyspermy block occurs at the plasmogamy step. Because the polyspermy barrier in animals and in fucoid algae is incomplete, polyspermic zygotes can be generated by multiple fertilization events. However, these polyspermic zygotes bearing extra centrioles from multiple sperms show aberrant nuclear and cell division, and often die. In contrast to the case in animals and fucoid algae, polyspermic zygotes formed in angiosperms are not expected to die because angiosperms lack centrosomes. In angiosperms, the sporophytic generation is initiated by double fertilization to form seeds. In double fertilization, one sperm cell from the pollen grain fuses with the egg cell, and the resultant zygote develops into an embryo that can transmit genetic material from the parents to the next generation. The ...
Norwegian and Chilean bioethanol producers, have developed advanced techniques to produce food and bio-ethanol from brown algae which does not require...
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Genus and Species: Dictyota sp. Optimal Medium: Alga-Gro® Seawater Optimal Temperature: 22° C Optimal Light: High (200 to 400 foot-candles) Motility: None Classification: Brown Algae
Entangled filaments with uniserate branches. This culture contains sufficient material for a class of 30 students. To simplify ordering we provide our protozoan and algae cultures, …
While Dictyota dichotoma has been cultured for decades, relatively little is known on the abiotic regulation of its growth, life cycle and release periodicity. Here, we evaluated the different abiotic
The biodiversity of micro and macrophytes found in aquatic habitats will be introduced with a discussion of the main phyla including: Rhodophyta, Chlorophyta, Dinophyta, Heterokontophyta (including: Phaeophyceae), covering zonation, physiology and adaptation, reproduction, biogeography, chemical ecology, primary productivity, nutrient cycling etc. The lectures will then progress onto angiosperms; firstly those found within the marine environment: mangroves and seagrasses. Both form extremely important biological marine communities. Their adaptations to waterlogged sediment, salinity tolerance, primary production, reproduction and physiology will be examined in detail. Freshwater angiosperms will then be introduced by firstly discussing the different types of freshwater aquatic habitats; this will include standing water (wetlands, ponds, lakes etc), flowing water (streams, rivers etc) and brackish water (estuaries, lagoons etc). Each habitat will then be investigated by examining the ...
Cream]. TheYEON Jeju Canola Honey Water Balm Cream immerses the skin in complete moisture as it contains 30% Propolis Extract from Jeju and 10% canola honey extract for healing and anti-wrinkle properties. The instant refreshing droplets of water can be felt as you apply. • The cream will feel as if you are misting the skin at the same time. The water droplets that is released as you apply will give you a refreshingly unique feel.. • Honey renown to be naturally full of nutrients will give luster to the skin as it moisturizes and balances the oils.. • Jeju 30% propolis extract protects skin from the environment, and help firm the skin as it wards off wrinkles.. • Extract of Ecklonia Cava, Hizikia Fusiforme, Codium Tomentosum, and Gelidium Cartilagineum grown in Jeju and cranberry, blackberry, blueberry, and strawberry extracts make skin healthy, vibrant, and beautiful. ...
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Fucoidans are sulfated fucosylated polymers from brown algae cell wall that exhibit some heparin/heparan sulfate properties. We previously demonstrated that these polysaccharides were able in vitro to stimulate dermal fibroblast proliferation and extracellular matrix deposition. Here, we investigated the action of a 16 kDa fucoidan fraction on parameters involved in connective tissue breakdown. This fucoidan is able to inhibit gelatinase A secretion and stromelysin 1 induction by interleukin-1 beta on dermal fibroblasts in culture. Furthermore, we observed that fucoidan increases the rate of association of MMPs with their specific inhibitors namely TIMPs. Using tissue sections of human skin in ex vivo experiments, we evidenced that this polysaccharide was ...
Bory de Saint-Vincent, J.B.G.M. (1827). Cryptogamie. In: Voyage autour du monde, exécuté par ordre du Roi, sur la corvette du Sa Majesté, La Coquille. pendant les années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825. (Duperrey, L.I. Eds), pp. 1-96. Paris: Bertrand: 62 ...
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Since the 1940s major declines in the distribution of Fucus vesiculosus (Kautsky et al., 1986) and even local extinctions (Nilsson et al., 2005) have been observed in the Baltic Sea where the species dominates the shallow hard-bottom areas. The decline was likely a consequence of increased anthropogenic stress. Large-scale disappearance of Fucus vesiculosus from an ecosystem can result in changes in the community composition (Wikstrom & Kautsky, 2007). The canopy created by Fucus vesiculosus forms a microclimate for the understory fauna and flora. Removal of the canopy exposes under lying fauna and flora to environmental conditions with which they would be intolerant of resulting in mortality events.. Fucus vesiculosus recruits readily to cleared areas of the shore and full recovery takes 1-3 years in British waters (Hartnoll & Hawkins, 1985). Keser & Larson (1984) investigated the recovery of Fucus vesiculosus to plots which had been scraped clean and burned with a propane torch. Fucus ...
There is a heteromorphic alternative life in the brown seaweed, Saccharina japonica (Aresch.) C. E. Lane, C. Mayes et G. W. Saunders ( = Laminaria japonica Aresch.), with macroscopic monoecious sporophytes and microscopic diecious gametophytes. F
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Chlorophyll-binding proteins (CBPs) constitute a large family of proteins with diverse functions in both light-harvesting and photoprotection. The evolution of CBPs has been debated, especially with respect to the origin of the LI818 subfamily, members of which function in non-photochemical quenching and have been found in chlorophyll a/c-containing algae and several organisms of the green lineage, but not in red algae so far. The recent publication of the Ectocarpus siliculosus genome represents an opportunity to expand on previous work carried out on the origin and function of CBPs. The Ectocarpus genome codes for 53 CBPs falling into all major families except the exclusively green family of chlorophyll a/b binding proteins. Most stress-induced CBPs belong to the LI818 family. However, we highlight a few stress-induced CBPs from Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Chondrus crispus that belong to different sub-families and are promising targets for future functional studies. Three-dimensional modeling of two
TY - JOUR. T1 - Fucoidan Derived from Fucus vesiculosus Inhibits the Development of Human Ovarian Cancer via the Disturbance of Calcium Homeostasis, Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress, and Angiogenesis. AU - Bae, Hyocheol. AU - Lee, Jin Young. AU - Yang, Changwon. AU - Song, Gwonhwa. AU - Lim, Whasun. PY - 2020/1/9. Y1 - 2020/1/9. N2 - Marine organisms are sources of several natural compounds with potential clinical use. However, only a few marine-based pharmaceuticals have been approved for use due to limited knowledge on their biological activities. Here, we identified the functional role of fucoidan extracted from Fucus vesiculosus on ovarian cancer. Fucoidan increased the death of ES-2 and OV-90 cells, through a reduction in proliferation, cell cycle arrest, releases of cytochrome c, reactive oxygen species (ROS) generation, and endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress. Additionally, fucoidan increased the concentration of cytosolic and mitochondrial calcium in both cells. The decrease of cell ...
Fucus vesiculosus, a type of seaweed known as bladderwrack, has a role in alternative medicine for treating many health disorders. Fucus vesiculosus is...
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20 Selected Publications. Arnaud-Haond, S., Aires, T., Candeias, R., Teixeira, S.J.L, Langar, H., Duarte, CM, Valero, M, Serrão, E.A. (in press). Entangled fates of holobiont genomes during invasion: nested bacterial and host diversities in Caulerpa taxifolia. Mol. Ecol. DOI : 10.1111/mec.14030. Avia K, Coelho SM, Montecinos GJ, Cormier A, Lerck F, Mauger S, Faugeron S, Valero M, Cock MJ, Boudry P (2017) High-density genetic map and identification of QTLs for responses to temperature and salinity stresses in the model brown alga Ectocarpus. Scientific reports 7, 43241. DOI: 10.1038/srep43241.. Billot C, Engel CR, Rousvoal S, Kloareg B, and Valero M (2003) Current patterns, habitat discontinuities and population genetic structure: the case of the kelp Laminaria digitata in the English Channel. Marine Ecological Progress Series 253, 111-121.. Blanquart F., Valero M., Alves-de-Souza C., Dia A., Lepelletier F., Siano R., Bigeart E., Jeanthon C., Destombe C., Guillou L. (2016). Evidence for ...
Início The Effects of the Diterpenes Isolated from the Brazilian Brown Algae Dictyota pfaffii and Dictyota menstrualis against the Herpes Simplex Type-1 Replicative ...
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The concept of cost is an integral element of ecological theories, including optimal defense theory, resource availability theory, and growth-differentiation balance theory. Indeed most frameworks that attempt to explain within-plant patterns of secondary metabolites, as well as account for the evolution of induced defenses, presume that defenses are costly. One way in which investigators have sought to quantify the cost of secondary metabolites is to examine growth/defense tradeoffs, which are predicted to occur wherever resources cannot be simultaneously allocated to both growth and defense. However, emerging evidence suggests that these critical assumptions may not be valid for brown algal phlorotannins, compounds that occur throughout the division Phaeophyta and have served as analogs to vascular plant tannins in numerous tests of terrestrial-derived ecological theories in the marine environment. Here we present a model of phlorotannins as metabolites with both primary and secondary roles ...
In botany, a zoid or zoïd /ˈzoʊ.ɪd/ is a reproductive cell that possesses one or more flagella, and is capable of independent movement. Zoid can refer to either an asexually reproductive spore or a sexually reproductive gamete. In sexually reproductive gametes, zoids can be either male or female depending on the species. For example, some brown alga (Phaeophyceae) reproduce by producing multi-flagellated male and female gametes that recombine to form the diploid sporangia. Zoids are primarily found in some protists, diatoms, green alga, brown alga, non-vascular plants, and a few vascular plants (ferns, cycads, and Ginkgo biloba). The most common classification group that produces zoids is the heterokonts or stramenopiles. These include green alga, brown alga, oomycetes, and some protists. The term is generally not used to describe motile, flagellated sperm found in animals. Zoid is also commonly confused for zooid which is a single organism that is part of a colonial animal. A zoid contains ...
TY - CONF. T1 - Extraction and Bioactivity assessment of Fucoidan from Brown seaweed. AU - Ale, Marcel Tutor. AU - Maruyama, Hiroko. AU - Tamauchi, Hidekazu. AU - Meyer, Anne S.. PY - 2011. Y1 - 2011. N2 - Fucoidan is a term used for a class of sulfated, fucose rich, polysaccharides extracted from brown seaweeds. These fucose-containing sulfated polysaccharides (FCSPs) principally consist of a backbone of (1→3)- and (1→4)- α-linked -L-fucopyranose residues, that may be organized in stretches of (1→3)-α-fucan or of alternating α(1→3)- and α(1→4)-bonded L-fucopyranose residues with sulfate on C-2 or C-4 and rarely on C-3. A range of biological activities have been attributed to FCSPs including anti-tumoral, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory,and notably anticoagulant effects. Therefore special interest for potential pharmaceutical, medical, cosmetics and food applications of FCSPs have recently directed into utilization of brown seaweeds as a source of FCSPs and/or Fucoidan. Keyword: ...
Marian Blanca Ramírez from the CSIC in Spain has been studying the effects of LRRK2, a protein associated with Parkinsons disease, on cell motility. A Travelling Fellowship from Journal of Cell Science allowed her to spend time in Prof Maddy Parsons lab at Kings College London, learning new cell migration assays and analysing fibroblasts cultured from individuals with Parkinsons. Read more on her story here. Where could your research take you? The deadline to apply for the current round of Travelling Fellowships is 23rd Feburary 2018. Apply now!. ...
Pythium is a member of the Oomycota (also referred to as oomycetes), which are part of the heterokont/chromist clade [1, 2] within the Straminipila-Alveolata-Rhizaria superkingdom [3]. Recent phylogenies based on multiple protein coding genes indicate that the oomycetes, together with the uniflagellate hyphochytrids and the flagellates Pirsonia and Developayella, form the sister clade to the diverse photosynthetic orders in the phylum Ochrophyta [2, 4]. Therefore, the genomes of the closest relatives to Pythium outside of the oomycetes available to date would be those of the diatoms Thalassiosira [5] and Phaeodactylum [6], and the phaeophyte algae Ectocarpus [7].. Pythium is a cosmopolitan and biologically diverse genus. Most species are soil inhabitants, although some reside in saltwater estuaries and other aquatic environments. Most Pythium spp. are saprobes or facultative plant pathogens causing a wide variety of diseases, including damping-off and a range of field and post-harvest rots ...
Edible seaweeds are ideal sources of chemical compounds for improving health and well-being of humans. Several bioactive substances with antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities have reported from seaweeds. Tumour reductions, inhibition of cancer cell proliferation, free radical scavenging and significant antioxidant activity have been exhibited by red and brown seaweeds. The sulphated polysaccharides found in some of the brown seaweeds are being explored as antiviral agents and as aids in preventing blood clots. Sodium alginate found in brown seaweeds has the ability to protect the surface membranes of stomach and intestine. It acts as a haemostatic agent and has tried in the treatment of esophagitis and urolithiasis. Fucoidan, a polysaccharide found in brown algae has shown promising antiviral, immunomodulating and antibacterial activities. Fucoidan also inhibits the angiogenesis and proliferation of human cancer cells. Phlorotannins (polyphenols) from brown algae have been shown to possess ...
Fucoidan or fucoidans cover a family of sulfated fucose-rich polysaccharides, built of a backbone of l-fucose units, and characteristically found in brown seaweeds. Fucoidans have potential therapeutic properties, including anti-inflammatory and anti-coagulant activities, as well as anti-proliferative effect
Many protists produce egg cells in structures termed archegonia. Some algae and the oomycetes produce eggs in oogonia. In the brown alga Fucus, all four egg cells survive oogenesis, which is an exception to the rule that generally only one product of female meiosis survives to maturity. In plants, oogenesis occurs inside the female gametophyte via mitosis. In many plants such as bryophytes, ferns, and gymnosperms, egg cells are formed in archegonia. In flowering plants, the female gametophyte has been reduced to an eight-celled embryo sac within the ovule inside the ovary of the flower. Oogenesis occurs within the embryo sac and leads to the formation of a single egg cell per ovule. In ascaris, the oocyte does not even begin meiosis until the sperm touches it, in contrast to mammals, where meiosis is completed in the menstrual cycle. ...
Research and Review Articles (Selected < 2005). Quatrano, R. S. (1968). Rhizoid formation in Fucus zygotes: Dependence on protein and RNA synthesis. Science 162: 468-470. Hogsett, W. E. and R. S. Quatrano (1978). Sulfation of fucoidan in Fucus embryos. III. Required for localization in the rhizoid wall. Journal of Cell Biology 78: 866-873. Kropf, D. L., B. Kloareg and R. S. Quatrano (1988). Cell wall is required for fixation of the embryonic axes in Fucus zygotes. Science 239 (187-190). Marcotte, W. R. J., C. C. Bayley and R. S. Quatrano (1988). Regulation of a wheat promoter by abscisic acid in rice protoplasts. Nature 335: 454-457. Feldmann, K. A., M. D. Marks, M. L. Christianson and R. S. Quatrano (1989). A dwarf mutant of Arabidopsis generated by T-DNA insertion mutagenesis. Science 243: 1351-1354. Guiltinan, M. J., W. R. Marcotte, Jr. and R. S. Quatrano (1990). A plant leucine zipper protein that recognizes an abscisic acid element. Science 250: 267-271. Knight, C. D., A. Sehgal, K. Atwal, ...
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Strain CBA3205T is a Gram-stain-negative, non-motile and rod-shaped bacterium that was isolated from the seashore sand of Jeju Island in South Korea. Based on the phylogenetic analysis, the most closed related species was Croceitalea eckloniae DOKDO 025T, with 94.8 % sequence similarity for the 16S rRNA gene. Strain CBA3205T was observed to grow optimally at 25-30 °C and at pH 8.5 in the presence of 2-3 % (w/v) NaCl. The major fatty acids of strain CBA3205T were iso-C15 : 0, iso-C15 : 1 G, and iso-C17 : 0 3-OH. The major respiratory quinone was MK-6 and the major polar lipids were two unidentified amino-group-containing phospholipids and an unidentified polar lipid. The G+C content of the genomic DNA of strain CBA3205T was 62.5 mol%. Based on the phenotypic, genotypic and phylogenetic analyses, strain CBA3205T was considered to be a novel species belonging to the genus Croceitalea within the family Flavobacteriaceae, for which the name Croceitalea litorea sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is
Four lichen acids, physodalic acid (F1), physodic acid (F2), 3-hydroxyphysodic acid (F3), and isophysodic acid (F4), were isolated from Hypogymnia physodes methanol extract using preparative reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography and their structures were determined by UV, MS, H-1 NMR and C-13 NMR. This is the first report on the isolation of F4 from H. physodes. Isolated rat thymocytes were cultivated with increasing F1-F4 concentrations (0.1, 1, 10 mu g/well) and proliferative activity, viability, ROS (reactive oxygen species) production and MMP (mitochondrial membrane potential) disturbances were evaluated. Obtained results show significantly decreased thymocytes proliferation was observed when cells were treated with F1 (1 mu g, p LT 0.05; 10 mu g; p LT 0.001), F2 (10 mu g, p LT 0.05) and F3 compound (10 mu g, p LT 0.05). Significantly increased cytotoxicity was detected when cells were incubated with F1 (1 mu g, p LT 0.05; 10 mu g, p LT 0.01), F2 (10 mu ...g, p LT 0.05) and ...
Free shipping and returns on Thalgo ACTIV Refining Food Supplement Capsules at Nordstrom.com. Thalgo ACTIV Refining Food Supplement Capsules help reshape your figure by targeting the mechanisms involved in refining the silhouette. The supplement helps moderate your appetite and breaks down and helps burn fat. The 100% natural marine capsules are made with fish gelatin and are free of colors and preservatives. Fucus vesiculosus (brown algae) moderates your appetite, and Sinetrol® (a complex of citrus fruits) and guarana break down and burn fat to reduce waist and hip circumference. The capsules also contain vitamin B6, zinc and iodine.How to use: Take two capsules at the beginning of a meal with a glass of water.
basis of record Guiry, M.D. (2001). Macroalgae of Rhodophycota, Phaeophycota, Chlorophycota, and two genera of Xanthophycota, in: Costello, M.J. et al. (Ed.) (2001). European register of marine species: a check-list of the marine species in Europe and a bibliography of guides to their identification. Collection Patrimoines Naturels, 50: pp. 20-38 (look up in IMIS) [details] ...
Stirk, W.A., Novák, O., Hradecká, V., Pencik, A., Rolcik, J., Strnad, M. & van Staden, J. (2009). Endogenous cytokinins, auxins and abscisic acid in Ulva fasciata (Chlorophyta) and Dictyota humifusa (Phaeophyta): towards understanding their biosynthesis and homoeostasis. European Journal of Phycology 44(2): 231-240, 4 figs, 1 table ...
Schoenwaelder, M. E. A. and Clayton, M. N. (1998): Secretion of phenolic substances into the zygote wall and cell plate in embryos of Hormosira and Acrocarpia (Fucales, Phaeophceae) , Journal of Phycology ...
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Seaweed or sea vegetables is a common name used to describe several different species of marine algae that grow in the sea, oceans and rivers. Seaweeds have long been used as a food, folk remedy, dye and fertiliser. Seaweed is most commonly consumed in Asian countries where it has been a prominent part of diets.. Health Benefits Of Seaweed. 1. Fights free radical damage. Seaweed is chock-full of antioxidants and beneficial plant compounds, including carotenoids and flavonoids, which helps protect the body from free radical damage. Fucoxanthin is the main carotenoid found in brown algae, such as wakame. Studies showed that fucoxanthin has 13.5 times the free radical scavenging activity as vitamin E, an essential antioxidant.. 2. Supports digestive health. Seaweed is an excellent source of fibre, an important nutrient that plays an important role in digestive health. Seaweed also contains sulphated polysaccharides that have been shown to increase the growth of good bacteria in the gut, which ...
Observation - Reddish brown seaweed - UK and Ireland. Description: The first photo was found in between large rocks at low tide and the second washed up shore on the shingle. Not sure if they are the same type as they differ in colour
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An increased dietary intake of fats, sugars and calories with reduced amounts of vitamins and minerals has led to an obesity epidemic. Brown seaweed is a functional food that may be useful for the prevention and treatment of metabolic diseases triggered by obesity.
S: The Kingdoms. FC: The Kingdoms , Contributors: Steven Foley, Zac Freeman, Connor Holt, Hunter Spalenka , Zac , Zac , Steven , Hunter , Connor , Connor. 1: 1. Arcaebacteria (Connor) 2. Eubacteria (Zac) 3. Protists (Connor) A. Ciliophora B. Phaeophyta 5. Fungi (Zac) A. Deutromycota B. Zygomycota 7. Plants (Steven) A. Bryophyta B. Anthophyta C. Coniferophyta 9. Animals (Hunter) A. Cnidarians B. Nemotoda , Table of Contents. 2: Archaebacteria , -eukaryotic organism -sac-like organelle -structure called the endospore -found in extreme environments such as boiling water -one celled organism - , -ameoba is a helpful bacteria -pathogenic bacteria is an extremely harmful bacteria. 4: Protists -slime molds and algae -microscopic organisms that arent bacteria, animals, plants, or fungi -unicellular -complex cells -diverse organisms -eukaryotes -contain membrane bound organisms -they are not animals, plants, or fungi because they have no similar characteristics. 5: Phylums , Ciliophora: -characterized ...
So what is it about this slimy green stuff that makes us look so beautiful? Randy Schueller, a cosmetic chemist and editor-in-chief of The Beauty Brains reports that one study showed that algae can stabilize minerals that aid in skin moisturization, and, Another claims that seaweed provides anti-acne properties without the irritation of over the counter drugs. And yet another type of seaweed may help with skin lightening. Dr. Marcene Alexiades-Armenakas, cosmetic engineer has a theory as to why these plants are so good for the skin. She says, These creatures (algae) have spent millions of years on the sea surface and evolved mechanisms to protect their DNA from UV damage. These mechanisms are conserved cross species, meaning they work in human skin as well.. Red Algae Extract ...
An edible bottle made by algae! The bottle is an eatable gelatinous membrane encircling the water, its made by alginate from brown algae and calcium chloride. The final package is simple, cheap (2ct/unit), resistant, hygienic, biodegradable and even eatable. This is just brilliant and a future I so much look forward to!. Lexus Design Award 2014. Curiosity leads us to appreciate the most simple and beauty form that nature offer us, a drop. It is the smallest quantity of liquid heavy enough to fall in a spherical mass. Liquid forms drops because the liquid exhibits surface tension, bounded completely or almost completely by free surfaces. Ooho! replicates this behavior, encircle the water in a eatable membrane of algae. It is new way of packaging that propose an alternative to the plastic bottle. Using the culinary technique of sphereification, the water is encapsulated in a double gelatinous membrane. The technique consist into apply sodium alginate (E-401) from the brown algae and calcium ...
Early buyers will receive 10% customization on reports.. Application of seaweeds in human food, animal feed, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, cosmetics, production of bio-fuel, and wastewater management has been of importance to the growth of the commercial seaweeds market. Commercial seaweeds have various nutritive values as well as can be used as thickening and gelling agents, making their utilization most profitable in several different industries. Hence, commercial seaweeds will be viewed as a business opportunity in the next five years. As a result, many multinational players have entered into the production of varied types of commercial seaweeds.. Strong product platform provided by red seaweeds segment. Commercial seaweeds can be classified into red, brown, and green seaweeds on the basis of their pigmentation. The demand for red seaweeds is the highest owing to its highest application in human food and production of carrageenan hydrocolloid. It is followed by brown seaweeds and green ...
Please note: only references with the binomials in the title are included. The information is from the Literature database.). Cho, T.O., Fredericq, S., Murray, S.N. & Boo, S.M. (2003). New insights in the taxonomy of the Ceramium sinicola complex: resurrection of C. interruptum (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta). Journal of Phycology 39: 775-788 ...
Botanical names: Fucus vesiculosus How It Works There are three major active constituents in bladderwrack: iodine, alginic acid, and fucoidan. The amount of iodine in bladderwrack is highly variable, 4 probably as a result of different amounts of iodine in the water where it grows. A reasonable portion of bladderwrack...
but its the rubarb patch and fruit bushes that seaweed make growing these crops very easy the rhubarb crowns are surrounded with seaweed all year round our soft fruit bushes get the same treatment.by using seaweed this prevents me from weeding and feeding both crops the seaweed does it all prevernts weeds and feds the plants.in our polly tunnel all bare soil is covered with seaweed i admit the smell can be strong at times but its a natural smell.over the years i have found making compost using seaweed and news paper is quick and easy they both rot down fast.we make liquid feed with seaweed.this year as an experiment i soaked seeds in a seaweed solition before sowing and i have found out when i pre soak seeds in seaweed solution i get a better germination rate.by now you have found out that i am passionate about seaweed.I NEVER HARVEST SEAWEED FROM ROCKS ETC,I ONLY COLLECT SEAWEED THAT GETS WASHED UP ON THE SHORE WITH OUR LITTLE TRACTOR THE STORMS USALLY SUPPLY PLENTY SEAWEED FOR OUR GARDEN. so ...
but its the rubarb patch and fruit bushes that seaweed make growing these crops very easy the rhubarb crowns are surrounded with seaweed all year round our soft fruit bushes get the same treatment.by using seaweed this prevents me from weeding and feeding both crops the seaweed does it all prevernts weeds and feds the plants.in our polly tunnel all bare soil is covered with seaweed i admit the smell can be strong at times but its a natural smell.over the years i have found making compost using seaweed and news paper is quick and easy they both rot down fast.we make liquid feed with seaweed.this year as an experiment i soaked seeds in a seaweed solition before sowing and i have found out when i pre soak seeds in seaweed solution i get a better germination rate.by now you have found out that i am passionate about seaweed.I NEVER HARVEST SEAWEED FROM ROCKS ETC,I ONLY COLLECT SEAWEED THAT GETS WASHED UP ON THE SHORE WITH OUR LITTLE TRACTOR THE STORMS USALLY SUPPLY PLENTY SEAWEED FOR OUR GARDEN. so ...
algae] Fucus filifolius, caule tereti filiformi, vesiculis ovalibus moniliformiter conjunctis, foliis setaceis dichotomis (Agardh), Fucus filifolius, with the stem rounded-cylindric, thread-shaped, with the vesicles oval, connected moniliformly [i.e. like a necklace], with the leaves setaceous [i.e. bristle-like] dichotomous. ...
Topical Application of Dieckol Ameliorates Atopic Dermatitis in NC/Nga Mice by Suppressing Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin Production ...
What would cause you to eat more seaweed than you currently do? What could happen to help you eat more seaweed? What would make you change up your consumption of seaweed? Would you be more willing to eat something like seaweed if it was flavored in a way that would draw you in? Would you be more willing to consume this food if it tasted like one of your favorite meats? There is seaweed out there that is said to taste like bacon, and this seaweed could be the newest addition to your diet. Christian Broda is set to try this out.. Scientists have discovered the kind of seaweed that most individuals are going to be excited to try out, and this seaweed has the kind of flavor that most are going to love. Scientists have discovered seaweed that will amaze food lovers, and those who appreciate all that bacon has to offer. This seaweed is something that is different, and something that will be loved.. ...
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