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*  Seaweed
... seaweed and marine algal biology SeaweedAfrica, information on seaweed utilisation for the African continent. Seaweed. A ... Seaweed is sometimes used to build roofs on houses on Læsø in Denmark Seaweeds are also used as animal feeds. They have long ... Seaweed extract is used in some diet pills. Other seaweed pills exploit the same effect as gastric banding, expanding in the ... Seaweed collecting is the process of collecting, drying and pressing seaweed. It was a popular pastime in the Victorian era and ...
*  Seaweed fertiliser
... , also spelled seaweed fertilizer, is seaweed that is collected and used as an organic fertilizer. In the ... A perhaps less serious potential problem with seaweed is its salt content. While it is unlikely to add sufficient seaweed to ... Seaweed, particularly bladderwrack, kelp or laminaria, can be either applied to the soil as a mulch (although it will tend to ... In terms of soil structure, seaweed does not add a great deal of bulk, but its jelly like alginate content helps to bind soil ...
*  Seaweed blenny
The seaweed blenny has a blunt head, a beak-like snout and a long, slender body. It grows to a maximum length of about 8.5 ... The seaweed blenny is native to shallow waters in the western Atlantic Ocean. Its range extends from New York southwards to ... The seaweed blenny is a diurnal species and feeds mostly on algae. The diet also includes such invertebrates as polychaete ... The seaweed blenny (Parablennius marmoreus) is a species of combtooth blenny found in coral reefs in the western Atlantic Ocean ...
*  Edible seaweed
Cakes and Food Made of Seaweed by Kubo Shunman, 19th century Common edible seaweeds include: Aquaculture of giant kelp Seaweed ... Seaweeds are used extensively as food in coastal cuisines around the world. Seaweed has been a part of diets in China, Japan, ... Japanese cuisine has seven types of seaweed identified by name, and thus the term for seaweed in Japanese is used primarily in ... The dish often served in western Chinese restaurants as 'Crispy Seaweed' is not seaweed but cabbage that has been dried and ...
*  Seaweed collecting
... is the process of collecting, drying and pressing seaweed. It became popular as a pastime in the Victorian ... Collecting seaweed can be traced back to at least the 17th century with the pressings found in Hans Sloane's Herbarium. The ... Indeed it was so in-style that, as a young girl, Queen Victoria created her own seaweed album. The materials needed for the ... "How to Prepare Seaweed Specimens" (PDF). The Society For The Preservation of Natural History Collections. Retrieved 24 October ...
*  Seaweed dermatitis
Seaweed Dogger Bank itch Skin lesion James, William D.; Berger, Timothy G.; et al. (2006). Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: ... Seaweed dermatitis is a cutaneous condition characterized by inflammation of the skin, caused by the marine cyanobacteria ...
*  Seaweed farming
... is the practice of cultivating and harvesting seaweed. In its simplest form, it consists of the management of ... Seaweed farming helps to preserve coral reefs, by increasing diversity where the algae and seaweed have been introduced and it ... The earliest seaweed farming guides in the Philippines recommended cultivation of Laminaria seaweed and reef flats at ... In the early 1970s there was a recognized demand for seaweed and seaweed products, outstripping supply, and cultivation was ...
*  Seaweed (disambiguation)
The term may also refer to: Seaweed (band), an American rock band Seaweed (musician), a rock musician Silas Seaweed (mystery ... Seaweed is a generic name for various types of underwater algae. ... keyboard player for the Ozric Tentacles Edible seaweed, algae ... book series) Seaweed (British musician), stage name of Christopher Lenox-Smith, ...
*  Laver (seaweed)
... another edible seaweed Edible seaweed Gim - similar style food in Korean cuisine Kombu Nori - a similar-tasting food in ... It is unusual amongst seaweeds because the fronds are only one cell thick. Laver has a high content of dietary minerals, ... To make laverbread, the seaweed is boiled for several hours, then minced or pureed. The gelatinous paste that results can then ... The high iodine content gives the seaweed a distinctive flavour in common with olives and oysters. Porphyra is also consumed in ...
*  Willie Seaweed
Seaweed had one surviving child, son Joe Seaweed, whom he also awarded the Hilamas title at a young age. In addition to his ... Seaweed's father died before he was born, leading Seaweed to inherit the title of Hilamas, head chief, at a young age. This ... It was said Seaweed never turned down a commission request. Similar to other Northwest Coast artists, Seaweed did not sign his ... As was tradition, Seaweed married multiple times to the daughters of past chiefs. These marriages allowed Seaweed to inherit ...
*  Seaweed cultivator
A seaweed cultivator is a device which grows seaweed, usually in weekly or bi-weekly cycles. It is not to be confused with ... The type of seaweed that can be grown in a seaweed cultivator is currently limited to green types, mostly Angel Hair and sea ... usually performing manual cultivation of seaweed using large nets in open waters (mainly in Asian countries). Seaweed ... Seaweed cultivators are an offshoot of algae scrubbers, which were developed to filter aquariums. By replacing the aquarium ...
*  Seaweed Rebellion
The Seaweed Rebellion is an informal marine environmentalist activist movement in the United States. Deriving its name from an ... 24 no.9 (September 2003) Fitzgerald, Edward A. 'The Seaweed Rebellion: Federal-State/Provincial Conflicts Over Offshore Energy ...
*  Wrack (seaweed)
Wrack is part of the common names of several species of seaweed in the family Fucaceae. It may also refer more generally to any ... It consists largely of species of Fucus - brown seaweeds with flat branched ribbon-like fronds, characterized in F. serratus by ... seaweeds or seagrasses that wash up on beaches and may accumulate in the wrack zone. ...
*  Seaweed fuel
... or seaweed oil is an alternative to liquid fossil fuels that uses seaweed as its source of energy-rich oils. Like ... Unlike algae, seaweed does not require fresh water and can as such be grown in the sea. Seaweed can be converted into various ... Transesterification of seaweed oil (into biodiesel) is possible with species such as Chaetomorpha linum, Ulva lactuca, ... Also, using techniques such as fast hydrothermal liquefaction, oil yield for the seaweed can be increased. ...
*  I See Seaweed
... was also nominated for the 2013 ARIA awards for Rock Album of the Year. All songs written by Gareth Liddiard. "I ... I See Seaweed is the sixth studio album by Australian band The Drones, released in March 2013. The album was recorded by the ... See Seaweed" - 8:34 "How to See Through Fog" - 4:12 "They'll Kill You" - 6:06 "A Moat You Can Stand In" - 4:23 "Nine Eyes" - 7: ... "I See Seaweed - The Drones - Waterfront Records". Retrieved 2008-06-08. http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/jawards/13/albums/ ...
*  Tarquin's Seaweed Farm
... , subtitled "Words from a Hessian Sack", is the first album to be released by Steven Wilson under the ... www.discogs.com/Porcupine-Tree-Tarquins-Seaweed-Farm-/release/3251449. ...
*  Pacific seaweed pipefish
The Pacific seaweed pipefish (Syngnathus schlegeli) is a species of pipefish, found in the north-western Pacific Ocean: near ...
*  Peat, Smoke & Seaweed Storm
... is the second album of the Finnish composer Osmo Tapio Räihälä, released in 2014. The music on the ... "RÄIHÄLÄ Peat, Smoke and Seaweed Storm , gramophone.co.uk". gramophone.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-09-26. "RÄIHÄLÄ - Peat, Smoke and ... Seaweed Storm received positive reviews in the music media, and is so far Räihälä's major critical success. For example, the ... Seaweed Storm Alba ABCD 367 [DC] Classical Music Reviews: April 2014 - MusicWeb-International". musicweb-international.com. ...
*  Wando Seaweeds Expo
... is the world's first international exposition themed to seaweeds, which, starting in 2014, has been held in ... With the motives of seaweeds and sea, it succinctly expresses the earth that has seaweeds grow in clean water. The red color ... Event Name : Wando Seaweeds Expo 2014 period : 2014. 4. 11 ~ 2014. 5. 11 (31 days) Theme: Discovery of future life, Seaweeds ... 5. 7 (24 days) Theme: Promise of Seaweeds, Challenge the Future! Event Halls : Hall of Understanding Seaweeds, Hall of Earth ...
*  List of seaweeds of South Africa
Seaweeds of the South African West Coast. Contributions from the Bolus Herbarium, University of Cape Town. ISBN 0-7992-1793-X ... Guide to the Seaweeds of KwazZulu-Natal. Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume 33. Joint publication of: National Botanical gardens ... Guide to the Seaweeds of KwazZulu-Natal. Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume 33. Joint publication of: National Botanical gardens ... This is a list of seaweeds recorded from the oceans bordering South Africa. This list comprises locally used common names, ...
*  List of red seaweeds of South Africa
Seaweeds of the South African West Coast. Contributions from the Bolus Herbarium, University of Cape Town. ISBN 0-7992-1793-X ... Guide to the Seaweeds of KwazZulu-Natal. Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume 33. Joint publication of: National Botanical gardens ... This is a list of red seaweeds (Kingdom: Protista, Phylum: Rhodophyta) recorded from the oceans bordering South Africa. This ...
*  List of seaweeds of the Cape Peninsula and False Bay
Seaweeds of the South African West Coast. Contributions from the Bolus Herbarium, University of Cape Town. ISBN 0-7992-1793-X ... Guide to the Seaweeds of KwazZulu-Natal. Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume 33. Joint publication of: National Botanical gardens ... Guide to the Seaweeds of KwazZulu-Natal. Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume 33. Joint publication of: National Botanical gardens ... Guide to the Seaweeds of KwazZulu-Natal. Scripta Botanica Belgica Volume 33. Joint publication of: National Botanical gardens ...
*  List of seaweeds and marine flowering plants of Australia (temperate waters)
List of seaweeds of South Africa List of seaweeds of the Cape Peninsula and False Bay Edgar, Graham J. (2008). Australian ... none The list of seaweeds and marine flowering plants of Australia (temperate waters) is a list of marine species that form a ... Brown algae, brown seaweeds) Family Leathesiacae Leatherweed Leathesia difformis (Linnaeus) Areschoug (Point Westall, South ... Also Lord Howe Island.) Succulent seaweed Carpoglossum confluens (R. Brown ex Turner) Kützing (Elliston, South Australia, to ...
*  Lydia Sarfati
Besides seaweed, Repêchage and Lydia Sarfati also popularized other ingredients used in thalassotherapy, such as sea water and ... One of the most successful products was the full body treatment based on seaweed, the use of which Sarfati pioneered in the ... "Seaweed Cosmetics". The New York Times Magazine. 1982. ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) "Lydia Sarfati Hosts Exclusive Event ... "Queen of Seaweed Lydia Sarfati Invited to Judge Empire Future Professionals Makeup Competition". Beauty Launchpad. Retrieved ...
*  Ulva compressa
... is a species of seaweed in Ulvaceae family that can be found in North America, Mediterranean Sea, and throughout ... "Ulva compressa". Seaweed Industry. Retrieved March 24, 2013. "Enteromorpha (Ulva) compressa (Linnaeus) Greville" (PDF). ...