Definition of Serrated wrack
1. Noun. Brown algae seaweed with serrated edges.
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Literary usage of Serrated wrack
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1. The Nature Book: A Popular Description by Pen and Camera of the Delights and (1908)
"The serrated wrack has no bladders, but the edges of the fronds are toothed or serrated. The fronds of this Wrack are frequently partly covered with a ..."
2. New Remedies: An Illustrated Monthly Trade Journal of Materia Medica edited by Horatio Charles Wood, Frederick Albert Castle, Charles Rice (1877)
"... Duchesne-Duparc attributes much of the reported want of success to the use of it instead of the proper variety. serrated wrack (Fucus serratus), Fig. ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1879)
"F. serratus, the "serrated wrack" (Fig. 44), is a third and less common variety, but nevertheless sometimes mistaken for the one above mentioned. ..."
4. An Economical History of the Hebrides and Highlands of Scotland by John Walker (1808)
"cracker f, the serrated wrack J, and the tangle ||. All the other plants growing in the sea, and which are very numerous, are of a similar substance, ..."