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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Bangiaceae.

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Examples

  • Commercial activities include rearing of shrimp (Porphyra spp.) and clams (Laminaria spp.).

    Yellow Sea saline meadow

  • Book 3: Porphyra--Kate finds herself in the Victorian England of the horror lore.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Book 3: Porphyra--Kate finds herself in the Victorian England of the horror lore.

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  • The most commonly eaten marine plants arc species of Porphyra, Laminaria,

    Chapter 7

  • Porphyra, or nori, is the most popular edible seaweed in Japan, the country that dominates the world's production of this crop.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • Porphyra cultivation has recently become a large mariculture industry.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • Nori (Porphyra), a popular edible seaweed, is farmed on submerged nets in Japan.

    Chapter 3

  • Dietary Porphyra is also reported to reduce cholesterol levels in blood.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • The floating spores of Porphyra attach to the brush and develop into edible fronds.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

  • Epidemiological studies have indicated lower incidences of some forms of cancer in areas where Laminaria or Porphyra are a regular part of the human diet.

    4 Coastal Mariculture

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