algal

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj algal of or relating to alga
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Algal (Bot) Pertaining to, or like, algæ.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • algal Of or pertaining to the Algæ; having the nature of algæ.
    • n algal One of the Algæ (which see).
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Usage

In literature:

The algal host cells lie in the medulla, just below the upper cortex.
"Ohio Biological Survey, Bull. 10, Vol. 11, No. 6" by Bruce Fink and Leafy J. Corrington
The work was begun with an inquiry into the extent of the trouble from algal pollution.
"The Home Medical Library, Volume V (of VI)" by Various
The protoplasmic contents of this siliceous box-like unicell are very similar to the contents of many other algal cells.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 4" by Various
The use of algae for several purposes might require from one to three separate algal systems.
"Significant Achievements in Space Bioscience 1958-1964" by National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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In news:

North Ridgeville's Sandy Ridge Reservation hosts talk on algal blooms.
North Ridgeville native Christopher Winslow, assistant director of Ohio State University's Stone Laboratory, will present a talk on harmful algal blooms at 7 pm Dec 4 at Sandy Ridge Reservation, 6195 Otten Road, North Ridgeville.
Algal Scientific Corp. Algal was founded in 2009 and was one of the first tenants of the high-tech incubator when it opened that year.
Algal won the first-place prize of $65,000 in a contest sponsored by DTE Energy Co.
The tiny marine dinoflagellate Karenia brevis produces brevetoxin, which in high concentrations is responsible for the harmful algal blooms known as red tides that occur in the waters off the west coast of Florida.
The company recently began operating the first phase of its 300-acre commercial demonstration Green Crude Farm, also known as an Integrated Algal Bio-Refinery, in Columbus, New Mexico, in partnership with the US Department of Energy.
Harmful Algal Blooms" and "Aquatic Invaders Disrupt the Balance" students in Grades 9-12 can explore the interconnectedness of human activity and natural systems.
Algal oil "has the potential to change the world," says Cynthia Warner, Sapphire's chief executive, because the process by which it is grown will allow any nation to produce oil.
Lake Erie is challenged by increasing levels of dissolved phosphorus and harmful algal blooms.
Once in waterways, it can lead to algal blooms.
Nearly one half of the 75-mile-long Caloosahatchee is currently suffering from algal blooms.
They During the day, the algal bloom usually makes the water.
Red tide is a type of algal bloom that can cause massive fish kills and respiratory irritation in humans as well as marine animals that breathe oxygen using lungs.
Prior to 1972, the phenomenon of harmful algal blooms, or " red tide s," was relatively unknown in New England waters.
Answers to readers' questions about abnormal plumage and the effects of rain and algal blooms on birds.
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