Eisenia arborea, or the southern sea palm (not to be confused with the sea palm), is a dominant species of kelp that is found in the Northern and Eastern Pacific from Vancouver Island, Canada south to Isla Magdalena, Mexico, and along the coast of Baja California. They are commonly found from the midtidal areas stretching to the subtidal areas. It is an edible seaweed, a source of nutrients for grazing marine invertebrates and a source of alginic acid, a food thickener. Some of the algas have a hollow stripe above its holdfast with two branches terminating in multiple blades. Eisenia arborea is studied in order to predict environmental stress in oceans intertidal zones. Hollow stripes where present when the Eisenia arborea did not receive essential nutrients for its thalli development. Eis

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  • Eisenia arboreaFichier:Defaut 2.svg Nom binominal Eisenia arboreaAresch., 1876 Eisenia arborea est une espèce d'algues brunes de la famille des Lessoniaceae selon AlgaeBase (31 oct. 2012) et World Register of Marine Species (31 oct. 2012) ou bien dans la famille des Alariaceae selon Catalogue of Life (31 oct. 2012) et ITIS (31 oct. 2012). Cette espèce est présente dans le Pacifique, sur les côtes ouest de l'Amérique du Nord (de la Colombie-Britannique au Mexique), et au Japon. (fr)
  • Eisenia arborea, or the southern sea palm (not to be confused with the sea palm), is a dominant species of kelp that is found in the Northern and Eastern Pacific from Vancouver Island, Canada south to Isla Magdalena, Mexico, and along the coast of Baja California. They are commonly found from the midtidal areas stretching to the subtidal areas. It is an edible seaweed, a source of nutrients for grazing marine invertebrates and a source of alginic acid, a food thickener. Some of the algas have a hollow stripe above its holdfast with two branches terminating in multiple blades. Eisenia arborea is studied in order to predict environmental stress in oceans intertidal zones. Hollow stripes where present when the Eisenia arborea did not receive essential nutrients for its thalli development. Eisenia arborea with hollow stripes are believed to be evolved algae in order to increase their survival in harsh living conditions. They play a huge role in determining environmental stress. Phlorofucofuroeckol-B, a phlorotannin can be isolated from E. arborea. (en)
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  • Eisenia arboreaFichier:Defaut 2.svg Nom binominal Eisenia arboreaAresch., 1876 Eisenia arborea est une espèce d'algues brunes de la famille des Lessoniaceae selon AlgaeBase (31 oct. 2012) et World Register of Marine Species (31 oct. 2012) ou bien dans la famille des Alariaceae selon Catalogue of Life (31 oct. 2012) et ITIS (31 oct. 2012). Cette espèce est présente dans le Pacifique, sur les côtes ouest de l'Amérique du Nord (de la Colombie-Britannique au Mexique), et au Japon. (fr)
  • Eisenia arborea, or the southern sea palm (not to be confused with the sea palm), is a dominant species of kelp that is found in the Northern and Eastern Pacific from Vancouver Island, Canada south to Isla Magdalena, Mexico, and along the coast of Baja California. They are commonly found from the midtidal areas stretching to the subtidal areas. It is an edible seaweed, a source of nutrients for grazing marine invertebrates and a source of alginic acid, a food thickener. Some of the algas have a hollow stripe above its holdfast with two branches terminating in multiple blades. Eisenia arborea is studied in order to predict environmental stress in oceans intertidal zones. Hollow stripes where present when the Eisenia arborea did not receive essential nutrients for its thalli development. Eis (en)
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