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- n. Plural form of alga.
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- n. plural of alga.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A division of thallogenous chlorophyllous cryptogams found for the most part in the sea (seaweeds) or in fresh water.
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- n. primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves
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On the other hand, the fountain was hell to keep refilling throughout the winter (we couldn't let it freeze, and we hadn't emptied it of water), and the algae is a continual battle.
Farther out, where the algae is more diluted but equally fueled by pollution, it swirls with the currents, a vast network of green tendrils across the surface of Tai Lake.
Out further, where the algae is more diluted but equally fueled by pollution, it swirls with the currents, a vast network of green tendrils across the surface of Tai Lake.
Every time I fish a weighted jig, it just comes back covered in algae, weeds, and pond snot.
The last time I saw her she was cleanina algae from the inside of my fish tank.
In addition, 90% by weight of the algae is captured carbon dioxide, which is “sequestered” by this process and so contributes significantly to the reduction of greenhouse gases.
One of the advantages of several strains of algae is that they can be grown in salt water.
The promise of algae is that it can be located anywhere that gets lots of sun.
The process of extracting oil from algae is basically the same as other biofuel technology.
A slow flow through the tube for growth then the mature algae is dried and powdered and burned in the engine as a fine powder.