Did you mayhaps mean macrophage?
- n. Plural form of macroalga.
“Benthic coverage (%) of corals, seaweed (macroalgae includingÂHalimeda spp.) and "other" (e.g., sponges and gorgonians) in and out of the GQ reserve (in which fishing is not allowed) compared to Caribbean averages.”
“Benthic coverage (%) of corals, seaweed (macroalgae includingHalimeda spp.) and "other" (e.g., sponges and gorgonians) in and out of the GQ reserve (in which fishing is not allowed) compared to Caribbean averages.”
“However, the journal paper he gave me reported that their aim is to produce seaweed (a brown macroalgae) bioethanol by farming in the Exclusive Economic Zone of their country.”
“A follow-up article will review prospects for macroalgae (such as kelp), the form pioneered in the open ocean by Howard Wilcox as early as 1968, and now, mostly being investigated today by the Japanese.”
“Given the correct conditions vast algal mats can form on the under-surface of sea ice, including both microalgae and macroalgae such as sea-tangle (Fucus distichus), and their associated epiphytic organisms such as Pylaiella littoralis.”
“We should also, later, add a process for converting marine macroalgae to methanol.”
“Short-term experiments on corals, benthic macroalgae, planktonic algae and protists, mollusks and sea urchins have shown that calcification decreases by up to 57% at the pCO2 levels expected in 2100.”
“In contrast, there is considerably more diversity in the marine flora, with 45 species of benthic macroalgae and extensive seagrass beds on the shallower parts of the reef and lagoon.”
“Blast fishing can also lead to phase shift where former hard coral communities become dominated by soft corals and macroalgae.”
“Aquatic multicellular macrophytes include macroalgae (the green algae in the family Characeae), non-vascular plants (e.g., mosses), or vascular plants (the flowering plants).”
Looking for tweets for macroalgae.