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Definition of the noun Alaria

What does Alaria mean as a name of something?

Alaria is a genus of Diplostomatidae, described by Schrank in 1788.

Alaria is a genus of Alariaceae, described by Greville in 1830.

Alaria is a genus of Aporrhaidae, described by Morris & Lycett in 1851.

Alaria is a genus of Noctuidae, described by Duncan in 1841.

Alaria is a genus of incertae sedis, described by Zhao & Li in 2012.

Alaria is a genus of Alariaceae.

Phrases with Alaria

  1. Alaria nana
  2. Alaria crispa
  3. Alaria pylaii
  4. Alaria Valida
  5. Alaria angusta
  6. Alaria Cordata
  7. Alaria Oblonga
  8. Alaria Pylaiei
  9. Alaria Linearis
  10. Alaria mustelae
  11. Alaria taeniata
  12. Alaria Corrugata
  13. Alaria Elliptica
  14. Alaria esculenta
  15. Alaria fistulosa
  16. Alaria marginata
  17. Alaria Paradisea
  18. Alaria praelonga
  19. Alaria Yezoensis
  20. genus Alaria

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Google previewPotash from kelp (1915)

by Frank Kenneth Cameron, United States. Bureau of Soils

Alaria is a perennial and is found in the tideways of the Alaskan coast, usually at somewhat shallower depths than Nereocystis, especially so when the two growths are contiguous. (Pl. VIII.) It requires, apparently, a greater renewal of water ...

Google previewReport ... (1915)

Alaria is a perennial and is found in the tideways of the Alaskan coast, usually at somewhat shallower depths than Nereocystis, especially so when the two growths are contiguous. (PI. VIII.) It requires, apparently, a greater renewal of water ...

Google previewReport (1915)

by United States. Dept. of Agriculture

Alaria is a perennial and is found in the tideways of the Alaskan coast, usually at somewhat shallower depths than Nereocystis, especially so when the two growths are contiguous. (PI. VIII.) It requires, apparently, a greater renewal of water ...

Google previewSMART Technologies for Natural Resource Conservation and Sustainable Development (2016)

by Nilanjan Sengupta

Introduction alaria is a life-threatening vector-borne parasitic disease, caused by the protozoan parasites of Genus Plasmodium and is transmitted through the bite of female Anopheles mosquito. Tropical countries in Africa and Asia are mostly ...

Google previewThe Miracle of VEGETABLES (2013)

The Scientific Facts About Nutritional Properties and Medicinal Values of Vegetables by Dr. Bahram Tadayyon MNS, MD, Ph.D.

Alaria is a brown algae dried and used as a. There are thousands of types of sea vegetables with different shape, taste, texture, and colour (brown, red, green, blue-green, purple, and black). Some of the most popular sea vegetables are as ...

Google previewBiology of Invertebrates (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Alaria is a genus of digestive tract trematodes in the family Diplostomatidae. Taenia saginata, commonly known as the beef tapeworm, is a zoonotic tapeworm belonging to the order Cyclophyllidea and genus Taenia. It is an intestinal parasite ...

Google previewClinical Anthropology (1996)

An Application of Anthropological Concepts Within Clinical Settings by John A. Rush

alaria is the disease since it has an operationally identifiable etiology whether it is found among Yoruba or Sinhala, while the illness is the cultural conception surrounding the disease. In physical medicine the disease can be extracted ...

Google previewMedical Pharmacology at a Glance (2015)

by Michael J. Neal

alaria is the most serious protozoal disease, accounting for more than 1 million deaths a year; although it is not endemic in Europe or North America, travellers to malarial areas risk infection. This risk can be greatly reduced by taking ...

Google previewVeterinary Clinical Parasitology (2012)

by Anne M. Zajac, Gary A. Conboy

Alaria is a potentially serious zoonotic risk to humans through the ingestion of raw or improperly cooked frogs containing mesocercaria.

Google previewThe Moosewood Restaurant Cooking for Health (2009)

More Than 200 New Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for Delicious and Nutrient-Rich Dishes by Moosewood Collective

Alaria is an olive-brown alga whose fronds have golden midribs and grow up to twelve feet long. It turns a delicate green when cooked. Perfect for stocks and soups, it is similar to wakame, with the same nutritional value, but it takes longer to ...

Google previewClassification of the Cryphalinae with Descriptions of New Genera and Species (1915)

by Andrew Delmar Hopkins

Alaria is a perennial and is found in POTASH FROM KELP. 17.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Insects (2003)

by Vincent H. Resh, Ring T. Cardé

alaria is a pyrogenic (fever-producing) disease caused by infection with one of four species of parasitic protozoa in the genus Plasmodium and is the most important arthropodtransmitted pathogen in the world today, in terms of numbers of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

Alaria species are found attached to rocks at and below ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Parasitology: A-M (2008)

by Heinz Mehlhorn, Horst Aspöck

Alaria allata Trematode species ...

Google previewAn Encyclopaedia of Medicine and Surgery (1885)

FEVER, Blli0l1S——See M alaria ...

Google previewDictionary of Food (2009)

International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair

alanine A nonessential aminoacid alaria A seaweed, Alaria esculenta, found in the North Atlantic; similar ...

Google previewDictionary of Parasitology (2005)

by Peter J. Gosling

Alaria (veterinary parasitology) A genus of the family Diplostomatidae of digenetic trematodes. Species include Alaria alata that may be found in intestines of wild and domestic carnivores but which is generally nonpathogenic. alariasis ...

Google previewThe micrographic dictionary; a guide to the examination of microscopic objects, by J.W. Griffith and A. Henfrey (1856)

by John William Griffith, Arthur Henfrey

ALARIA. PI. 37- fig- 20 ; in the delkmte cavities of a hair in PI. 22. fig. 1 ; and the lower part of the same figure represents a portion from which the air has been displaced bv liquid. AIR-BLADDER of Fishes. See Swimming Bladder.

Google previewDorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary (2011)

by Dorland

Mauchart l's ligamenta alaria. maxillary l., lateral ligamentum laterale articulationis temporomandibularis. l. of Mayer ligamentum carpi radiatum. Meckel l. see under band. medial l. of ankle ligamentum collaterale mediale articulationis ...

Google previewA dictionary of new medical terms, a suppl. to 'An illustrated dictionary of medicine, biology and allied sciences'. (1905)

by George Milbry Gould

Ligamenta alaria, L.a alaria dentis epistrophei, L.a lateralia dentis, L.a lateralia majora, L.a late- ralia superiora, L.a Maucharti, the lateral odontoid ligaments. Ligamenta alaria minora. See L.s, Alar, Lesser. L., Annular, a ring-shaped ligament.

Google previewBenders’ Dictionary of Nutrition and Food Technology (2006)

by D A Bender

dabberlocks Edible seaweed, Alaria esculenta. dadhi See milk, fermented. dagé ...

Google previewDictionary of Generic Names of Seed Plants (1995)

by Tatiana Wielgorskaya, Armen Leonovich Takhtadzhi͡an

Genera: Ceph- alaria, Dipsacus, Knautia, Lomelosia, Pseudoscabiosa, Pterocephalidium, Pterocephalus, Pycnocomon, Scabiosa, Scabiosiopsis, Simenia, Sixalix, Succisa, Succisella. DIPTEROCARPACEAE Blume. 1825. Dicots. Malvales.

Google previewA Dictionary of Food and Nutrition (2009)

by David A. Bender

badderlocks Edible *seaweed (Alaria esculenta) found on northern British coasts and around the Faroe Islands. Known in Scotland as honeyware. badminton A drink prepared with *claret, sugar, and *soda water. bael Thick-shelled fruit of the ...

Google previewPopular Educator a Complete Encyclopaedia of Elementary, Advanced, and Technical Education (1858)

Pleurotomaria fasciata; Nerita costata; Alaria armata; Eulima communis; Fusus coronatus; Natica; Trochus ornatisslnus. Cephalopoda.—Ammonites corrugatus, Sowerbyi, subcontractus, etc.; Belemnites abbreviatus, giganteus, fusiformis; ...

Google previewA Supplement to Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines (1863)

by Robert Hunt

Alaria esculcnla. Laminaria sdecharina. Ulva latissima. Rhodomenia palmala passes under a variety of names, dulse, dylish, or dellish, and amongst the Highlanders it is called dtdling, or waterleaf. It is employed as food by the poor of many ...

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