Algae appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Emil, sea glamor: free beer from algae slime!
- No deer flee from algae’s sea glamor: feel free, Don!
- Sir, be dross, algae, rusts or frosts, urea, glass or debris.
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Definition of the noun algae
What does algae mean as a name of something?
- primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves
- examples: Phosphorus provides nourishment for cyanobacteria (blue algae) which multiply and release toxins. | This land is covered by a verdant carpet of mosses, algae, and lichen.
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of algae: alga
- more generic word: protoctist = any of the unicellular protists
- more specific terms:
- seaweed = plant growing in the sea, especially marine algae
- golden algae = algae having the pigments chlorophyll and carotene and xanthophyll
- yellow-green algae = any alga of the division Chrysophyta with its chlorophyll masked by yellow pigment
- diatom = microscopic unicellular marine or freshwater colonial alga having cell walls impregnated with silica
- confervoid algae = algae resembling confervae especially in having branching filaments
- brown algae = algae having the chlorophyll masked by brown and yellow pigments
- euglenophyte / euglenoid / euglenid = marine and freshwater green or colorless flagellate organism
- chlorophyte / green algae = algae that are clear green in color
- chlorella = any alga of the genus Chlorella
- red algae = marine algae in which the chlorophyll is masked by a red or purplish pigment
- cryptomonad / cryptophyte = common in fresh and salt water appearing along the shore as algal blooms
ALGAE is an Aviation waypoint.
- also known as fix ALGAE, waypoint ALGAE, ALGAE fix, ALGAE waypoint
"Algae" is a musical album of Kassel Jaeger.
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- "Algae" is a book by L. Barsanti.
- also known as "Algae: anatomy, biochemistry, and biotechnology"
- "Algae" is a book by Tyge Christensen.
- also known as "Algae: a taxonomic survey"
- "Algae" is a book by L. H. Tiffany.
- also known as "Algae, the grass of many waters"
- "Algae" is a book by Julian Sprung.
Phrases with Algae
Phrases starting with the word Algae:
Phrases ending with the word Algae:
- red algae
- brown algae
- green algae
- Atheta Algae
- fucoid algae
- Globia Algae
- golden algae
- Capsula Algae
- Cryphia Algae
- Mesonia Algae
- Galathea Algae
- Phalaena Algae
- Archanara Algae
- blue-green algae
- confervoid algae
- Halobrecta Algae
- planktonic algae
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Algae
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by Douglas M. Considine, Glenn D. Considine
A fourth order of brown algae is the Fucales. Members of this order are tough, much-branched plants which ...
by Bret Harte
Growing with the red algae is the black Poly- siphonia, or "black lace" moss, so commonly washed up at Monterey and Santa Cruz. The brown zone includes the olive green kelp gathered for the manufacture of potash and iodine. Here also ...
by Liberty Hyde Bailey
algae is a warm temperature from June to September. These plants sometimes form scums on the surface of the water or occur as floating masses. They produce what is called the " pigpen " odor, causing the water to be objectionable for ...
Growing with the red algae is the black Polysiphonia. or "black lace" moss. so commonly washed up at Monterey and Santa Cruz. The brown zone includes the olive green kelp gathered for the manufacture of potash and iodine. Here also ...
by Liberty Hyde Bailey
algae is a warm temperature from June to September.
Bringing Fossils to Life (2013)
An Introduction to Paleobiology by Donald R. Prothero
Another enigmatic group probably related to green algae is the receptaculitids (fig. 20.5).
Proceedings of the Third International Congress on Arsenic in the Environment (As-2010) by Jiin-Shuh Jean, Jochen Bundschuh, Prosun Bhattacharya
Algae is an important component of freshwater aquatic environments and potentially could hinder the As partitioning in the paddy-rice system through uptake and biotransformation of inorganic As. However, As biotransformation and cycling in ...
by James D. Mauseth
A remarkable feature of brown algae is that they are all multicellular; no unicellular species is known to exist ...
Longevity Now (2013)
A Comprehensive Approach to Healthy Hormones, Detoxification, Super Immunity, Reversing Calcification, and Total Rejuvenation by David Wolfe
AFA blue-green algae is a wild food harvested from Klamath Lake, Oregon. It is an excellent source of nearly all B vitamins; the major minerals including good calcium, magnesium, and iron; as well as the trace minerals: chromium, copper, ...
by International Business Publications, USA
Marine flora Algae is a major component of marine flora, one that play a very important role in coral reefs, especially as ...
The Green Foods Bible (2011)
Everything You Need to Know about Barley Grass, Wheatgrass, Kamut, Chlorella, Spirulina and More by David Sandoval
Red marine algae is a source of alginates, soluble fibers that bind tightly to radioactive substances like cadmium, sending them out of the body before they can do much damage. One Japanese study found that alginates could relieve ...
One Plus One Equals One (2014)
Symbiosis and the evolution of complex life by John Archibald
One important aspect of the evolution of secondary chloroplastbearing algae is the manner in which they 'solve' the problem of chloroplast protein import. Again, the solution is one of mix and match biochemistry.
by Michael D. Larrañaga, Richard J. Lewis, Sr., Robert A. Lewis
ALGAE 42 algae. Chlorophyll-bearing organisms occurring in both salt- and freshwater; they have no flowers or seeds, but reproduce by unicellular spores. They range in size from single cells to giant kelp over 100 ft long, and include most ...
by Michael Lück
Algae All-inclusive Resort 13 14 All-inclusive Resort American Cetacean Society 15. by the Seychelles Island Foundation. Aldabra became one of the best -studied coral atolls in the world, with the equivalent of 50 men-years work.
by Robert Alan Lewis
Algae are primitive eukaryotic, often microscopic, photosynthetic, nonflowering plants. Included are unicellular, multicellular and colonial organisms. They primarily inhabit natural bodies of water and sometimes soil. In large numbers, they can ...
by Vivien Gornitz
However, unlike fatty acids, w-alkanol distributions dominated by the Cig to C22 components generally indicate organic matter derived from aquatic algae and bacteria and not biota in general (Volkman et al., 1999). Individual species of plants ...
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Algae on granite.
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The cloudy-looking thing is actually a reflection of the clouds on the surface of the water.
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This is a run-off stream in the Black Sand geyser basin. Because of the different temperatures of the water, different algal, bacterial, and (in the hottest water) archaeal species live near the edge, vs. toward the middle of the stream.
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This algae has a pretty good view
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Algae growing in a water butt back home in Eyton, North Wales.
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- Algae, 600x
Algae, possibly gloeocapsa, at 600x. Found in a sample from an artificial pond in the park near 1st Street and Chesterfield in North Vancouver, BC, Canada.
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- Algae Bloom
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- Putting algae to work
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- Ohio Algae
Can't say where the blue glow in the center came from. This is a slow stream in a park near Toledo.
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- Algae cloud
Bay Park, Ypsilanti Township.
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- Mmmm, algae
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- L.A. River Algae
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- Hotpot algae, Icland
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- Algae on Beach
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- Algae in chains
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- Codium Algae (Seaweed) explanation. Dowses Beach -IMG 1437
Marine biology expert Gil Newton talks about the invasive codium seaweed, seen on Cape Cod beaches and others in the northeast.
- Milton algae explanation
- VOCABULARY IN 20 LANGUAGES = algae
- Brian Bilbray on the Innovative Vehicle Language and Algae Fuel in the Energy and Water Bill
Congressman Brian Bilbray talks about high efficiency vehicles, originally identified in the innovative vehicle act and put into the FY10 Energy and Water ...
- Verb of Chronic Illness -- Tipper : Algae Bloom in Seven
- Stibium - Micoorganism colony on algae - Copyright free video (check description)
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Scrabble value of A1L1G2A1E1
The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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