Definición de kelp en inglés:

kelp

Silabificación: kelp

sustantivo

1A large brown seaweed that typically has a long, tough stalk with a broad frond divided into strips. Some kinds grow to a very large size and form underwater “forests” that support a large population of animals.
  • Family Laminariaceae, class Phaeophyceae, including the genera Laminaria (used in some areas as manure) and Macrocystis (harvested in the US as a source of algin)
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Two wholesome brown kelps that are popular among Japanese diners are kombu and arame.
  • In aquatic habitats, bryozoans may be found on all types of hard substrates: sand grains, rocks, shells, wood, and blades of kelps and other algae may be heavily encrusted with bryozoans.
  • Many large kelps use gas-filled floatation bladders to keep their large blades near the surface, and therefore in the light.
1.1The calcined ashes of seaweed, used as a source of various salts.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I apply an organic fertilizer high in trace elements and kelp.

Origen

late Middle English: of unknown origin.

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