Hydroclathrus clathratus. AlgaeBase. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. Accessed 8 Mai Reference for: Hydroclathrus clathratus. Publication(s). Author(s)/Editor(s). Publication Date: Article/Chapter Title: Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Page(s). Hydroclathrus is a genus of perforate brown alga comprising four species. Its pores give it the H. clathratus; H. stephanosorus; H. tenuis; H. tumulis.
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Hydroclathrus clathratus () , – Overview
This might be related to “curet”, which are pinhead-sized poisonous crabs that breed in Hydroclathrus thalli. Marine plants of the Asian Pacific Region countries, their use and cultivation. Algaebase is sponsored by: This page was last modified on 22 Aprilat Cookies help us deliver our services. National Institute of Biological Resources.
In experimental tests, germlings of H. Plurizoids from both the microthalli and the macrothalli attach and form prostrate microthalli. Both Hydroclathrus are used in human food, in salads after blanching in hot water or as a spicy ingredient. Nova Hedwigia Hydtoclathrus Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account. Eduard and Tamara Titlyanova. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany Habitat notes Widespread in warm and temperate waters.
This explains why the alga is not found on temperate coasts.
After germination they always form macrothalli. Palau Islands, West Pacific, 1. The advent of the rainy season marks the hydrkclathrus of the die-off stage of the bloom which completely disappears during the rainy months. Hydroclathrus generally contains alginate.
Algal flora of Korea. Useful marine plants of the Asia-Pacific Region countries. Agardh Stilophora clathrata C. It also contains iodine 1.
A potent antitumor polysaccharide from the edible brown seaweed Hydroclathrus clathratus. Hydroclathrks marine benthic flora of Southern Australia. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. Marine brown algae I. Agardh Asperococcus hydroclatrus C. Young thalli form reticulate clumps attached to coral rocks at the landward half of the reef crest and on the reef flat.
Volume 2, Number 1. The seaweeds of Florida. Brown and red algae. No sexual reproduction stage is known. Fucoidin is also present in small quantities as well as vitamins such as folic clayhratus folinic acids.
Citing AlgaeBase Cite this record as: Green and brown algae. Hydroclathrus alternates between macrothalli bearing plurilocular zoidangia and prostrate microthalli bearing both plurilocular and unilocular zoidangia.
Many unizoids are found together in unilocular zoidangia and always on microthalli.