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- noun Plural form of
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The Algæ comprehend a vast variety of plants, exhibiting a wonderful multiplicity of forms, colors, sizes, and degrees of complexity of structure, but algologists consider them to belong to three orders: 1.
Sir, After soliciting opinions from 300 "experts" (presumably without any well-informed algologists, photobiologists or plant biochemists among their number) the UK's Carbon Trust has created an Algae Biofuel Challenge, a £16 million fund to support the development and large-scale production of algal oil.