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Published by Williams and Norgate in London .
Written in English


  • Marine biology

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Edition Notes

Statementby Otto V. Darbishire.
SeriesLiverpool Marine Biology Committee memoirs -- no.9
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 42p.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20230530M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Darbishire, O.V. (Otto Vernon), Chondrus. London: Williams & Norgate, (OCoLC) Chondrus crispus Stackhouse. Common names: Irish Moss, Carragheen, Carrageen, Carrageen Moss (Eng.), Mousse d'Irlande (French), Irisch Moos (German), Carraigín (Irish) Description: Cartilaginous, dark purplish-red fronds, female plants sometimes iridescent at the apices under water when in good condition (below) and turning almost completely greenish-yellow in upper-shore rock-pools (below. Chondrus crispus is the only true “Irish Moss,” growing exclusively in the cold, clean waters of the north Atlantic. Known to the Irish as “Carageen Moss” the word “carrageenan” is now an umbrella term referring to a collection of industrial food additives chemically extracted from multiple species of marine algae for use as thickeners and : Atlantic Holdfast Seaweed Company. Chondrus is a genus of red algae containing 11 accepted species. Chondrus armatus (Harvey) Okamura; Chondrus canaliculatus () Greville; Chondrus crispus Stackhouse; Chondrus elatus Holmes; Chondrus giganteus Yendo; Chondrus ocellatus Holmes; Chondrus pinnulatus (Harvey) Okamura; Chondrus uncialis Harvey & Bailey; Chondrus verrucosus Mikami; Chondrus yendoi Class: Florideophyceae.

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Chondrus crispus, commonly known as ‘Irish moss’, was the original raw material for carrageenan production. However, as demand increased and new applications appeared, it was necessary to find a new supply of raw materials. Since different species produce different types of carrageenan, new seaweed species were incorporated into carrageenan manufacture (Table ). 9 Carrageenan Dr. Ir. Fred van de Velde1, Dr. Gerhard A. De Ruiter2 1 Wageningen Centre for Food Sciences and TNO Nutrition and Food Research Institute, Carbohydrate Technology Department;present address NIZO food research, PO BA Ede, The Netherlands;Tel.: ;File Size: 68KB. Irish Moss Alcohol-FREE Liquid Extract, Irish Moss (Chondrus Crispus) Powderer and Dried Glycerite Herbal Supplement 2 oz out of 5 stars 41 $ $ 95 ($/Fl Oz). Chondrus spp. and Chondracanthus spp. grew year-round. Sargassum spp. and U. pinnatifida predominated from winter to early summer. The total biomass was to g dry m −2 from March to July, which decreased during summer and autumn, although a biomass > g .