Laminaria Saccharina

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Laminaria saccharina belongs to the group Laminariæ, a group of algæ belonging to the Phæosporeæ, a subdivision of the Phæosphyceæ, or brown seaweeds. The propagative cells are always swarm-spores of similar form and size; and these are produced in unilocular sporangia. The thallus has a stalk, often of considerable thickness, which is attached below to rocks or other substratum by means of rootlike growth, and ends above in a flat lamina, which may be divided or undivided.





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