2017年2月26日 星期日

kelp ("konbu")/ nori (dried seaweed),


Seaweed-hunting became a popular way for women to tap into the enthusiasms of their era—and contribute to the burgeoning annals of science.


Victorian women were excellent at it.
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Kelp
Kelp on rocky beach in Freycinet, Tasmania
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Chromalveolata
Phylum: Heterokontophyta
Class: Phaeophyceae
Order: Laminariales
Migula, 1909[1]
Families
Akkesiphycaceae
Alariaceae
Chordaceae
Costariaceae
Laminariaceae
Lessoniaceae
Pseudochordaceae
Kelps are large seaweeds (algae) belonging to the brown algae (Phaeophyceae) in the order Laminariales. There are about 30 different genera.[citation needed]
Kelps grow in underwater "forests" (kelp forests) in shallow oceans. The organisms require nutrient-rich water with temperatures between 6 to 14 degree celsius. They are known for their high growth rate — the genera Macrocystis and Nereocystis can grow as fast as half a metre a day, ultimately reaching 30 to 80 m.[2]
kelp ("konbu")/ nori (dried seaweed), noodles, wat...

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