Definition of Family Fucaceae

1. Noun. Small family of brown algae: gulfweeds; rockweeds.

Exact synonyms: Fucaceae
Generic synonyms: Protoctist Family
Group relationships: Fucales, Order Fucales
Member holonyms: Fucoid, Fucoid Algae, Rockweed, Genus Fucus, Ascophyllum, Genus Ascophyllum, Genus Sargassum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Fucaceae

family Fagaceae
family Falconidae
family Fasciolidae
family Felidae
family Filariidae
family Fissurellidae
family Fistulariidae
family Fistulinaceae
family Flacourtiaceae
family Forficulidae
family Formicariidae
family Formicidae
family Fouquieriaceae
family Fregatidae
family Fringillidae
family Fucaceae (current term)
family Fulgoridae
family Fumariaceae
family Funkaceae
family Furnariidae
family Gadidae
family Galbulidae
family Gasterophilidae
family Gasterosteidae
family Gavialidae
family Gavidae
family Geastraceae
family Gekkonidae
family Gelechiidae
family Gempylidae

Literary usage of Family Fucaceae

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1. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1906)
"(WITH PLATES X AND Xl) THE family Fucaceae is less understood than its position and prominence in the Phaeophyceae warrant. Many important types have ..."

2. Studien zur Entwicklungsgeschichte des japanischen Riesensalamanders by Charles Stuart Gager, Daniel Lange (1916)
"Family. Fucaceae. Genus. Fucus. Species. vesiculosus. B. Habitat: 1. Ascertain the habitat of this plant from your reading and class discussions, ..."

3. The Phytologist: A Popular Botanical Miscellany edited by George Luxford, Edward Newman (1851)
"... now consisting of about sixty species, is one of the most natural and most readily distinguished of the family Fucaceae, and that there is no reason to ..."

4. Fertilizer Resources of the United States by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Frank Kenneth Cameron, United States Bureau of Soils (1912)
"It is a brown alga, belonging to the family Fucaceae. It has sexually- produced spores, while those of the kelps are produced asexually. ..."

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