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Phaeophyceae British & World English

A class of lower plants that comprises the brown algae

Phaeophyceae in bladderwrack British & World English

A common brown shoreline seaweed which has tough strap-like fronds containing air bladders that give buoyancy

Phaeophyceae in arame British & World English

An edible Pacific seaweed with broad brown leaves which is used in Japanese cookery

Phaeophyceae in badderlocks British & World English

An edible seaweed with a long greenish frond and prominent midrib, occurring in northern Europe

Phaeophyceae in brown algae British & World English

A large group of algae that are typically olive brown or greenish in colour, including many seaweeds. They contain xanthophyll in addition to chlorophyll

Phaeophyceae in bull kelp British & World English

A very large brown seaweed found in Pacific and Antarctic waters, growing up to 50 m in length off the north-western coasts of North America

Phaeophyceae in sugar kelp British & World English

A large brown seaweed with a long crinkly blade-like frond that grows up to 3 m in length and young stems that are edible

Phaeophyceae in Phaeophyceae British & World English

A class of lower plants that comprises the brown algae

Phaeophyceae in oarweed British & World English

A large brown kelp with a long hard stalk and a large oar-shaped frond divided into ribbon-like strips, growing on rocky shores

Phaeophyceae in sargassum British & World English

A brown seaweed with berry-like air bladders, typically forming large floating masses

Phaeophyceae in fucoid British & World English

A brown seaweed or fossil plant of a group to which bladderwrack belongs

Phaeophyceae in fucus British & World English

A seaweed of a large genus of brown algae having flat leathery fronds

Phaeophyceae in knotted wrack British & World English

A dark olive-green seaweed with flat branching fronds which bear air bladders, occurring on rocky seashores

Phaeophyceae in kombu British & World English

A brown seaweed used in Japanese cooking, especially as a base for stock

Phaeophyceae in kelp British & World English

A large brown seaweed that typically has a long, tough stalk with a broad frond divided into strips

Phaeophyceae in wrack2 British & World English

Any of a number of coarse brown seaweeds which grow on the shoreline, frequently each kind forming a distinct band in relation to high- and low-water marks. Many have air bladders for buoyancy

Phaeophyceae in wakame British & World English

An edible brown seaweed used, typically in dried form, in Chinese and Japanese cookery