kelp

[n] - large brown seaweeds having fluted leathery fronds
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Kelp

Kelp noun [ Formerly kilpe ; of unknown origin.] 1. The calcined ashes of seaweed, -- formerly much used in the manufacture of glass, now used in the manufacture of iodine. 2. (Botany) Any large blackish seaweed. » Laminaria is the common kelp of Great Britai...
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kelp

1. The calcined ashes of seaweed, formerly much used in the manufacture of glass, now used in the manufacture of iodine. ... 2. <botany> Any large blackish seaweed. ... Laminaria is the common kelp of Great Britain; Macrocystis pyrifera and Nereocystis Lutkeana are the great kelps of the Pacific Ocean. Kelp crab, a serranoid food fish (Serran...
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kelp

noun large brown seaweeds having fluted leathery fronds
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Kelp

• (n.) The calcined ashes of seaweed, -- formerly much used in the manufacture of glass, now used in the manufacture of iodine. • (n.) Any large blackish seaweed.
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kelp

any of numerous large coastal seaweeds growing in colder seas and belonging to the order Laminariales (about 30 genera) of brown algae. Until early ... [9 related articles]
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KELP

[AM] KELP (1590 AM) is an American radio station licensed to serve the community of El Paso, Texas, USA. The station broadcasts a Christian radio format to the greater El Paso metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by McClatchey Broadcasting. KELP airs a mix of local and syndicated programming, including several shows from the Mo...
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kelp

kelp: see seaweed; Phaeophyta.
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kelp

Collective name for a group of large brown seaweeds. Kelp is also a term for the powdery ash of burned seaweeds, a source of iodine. (Typical families Fucaceae and Laminariaceae.) The brown kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera), abundant in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic waters, is one of the fastest-growing living things, reaching le...
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Kelp

a sea vegetable naturally high in iodine & other minerals. Sea vegetables are also a good source of fibre when eaten in its whole state.
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kelp

A type of seaweed. The stem-like parts of this plant have been used in some cultures to treat certain medical problems. It may have immunostimulatory and anticancer effects. The scientific name is Laminaria digitata.
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Kelp

[disambiguation] Kelp is seaweed. Kelp may also refer to: The Kelp source code annotation framework allows one to take notes about source code files in a simple way. It is composed of a set of command line tools, and a text file format. The text files (.kelp files) are stored separately from the source code module they describe, and can be ...
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Kelp

Kelp grows in underwater `forests` (kelp forests) in shallow oceans, and is thought to have appeared in the Miocene, 23 to 5 million years ago. The organisms require nutrient-rich water with temperatures between {convert|6|and|14|C|F}. They are known for their high growth rate — the genera Macrocystis and Nereocystis can grow as fast as half a.....
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Kelp

Any of several species of seaweed harvested for use as a fertilizer or plant-growth activator.
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