Definition of Fucus serratus
1. Noun. Brown algae seaweed with serrated edges.
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Literary usage of Fucus serratus
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1. Microscopical diagnosis by Charles Henry Stowell, Louisa Reed Stowell (1882)
"The first, or Fucus serratus, can be readily detected if any attention is paid to the contour of the leaves. Fig. <y. ..."
2. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1845)
"Fucus serratus.—This sea-weed also contains a considerable quantity of mannite, ... The mannite which the Fucus serratus yields is much freer from colouring ..."
3. Practical Botany for Beginners by Frederick Orpen Bower (1894)
"... the best adapted for laboratory work is Fucus serratus: it is to be found near or below mid-tide level, and may be distinguished from other species by ..."
4. English Botany; Or, Coloured Figures of British Plants, with Their Essential ...by Sir James Edward Smith, James Sowerby by Sir James Edward Smith, James Sowerby (1805)
"FUCUS serratus. Serrated Fucus. ... Fucus serratus. Linn. Sp. PL 1626. Gooden. deeply and irregularly serrated: its summits cloven, ..."
5. Magazine of Natural History edited by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson (1836)
"Found on the shore of Belfast Lough. Crisis Lamour. CELLULO^Sl. eburnea Linn. Found on .Fucus serratus. ciliata Linn. Found on . ..."