||Information and resources on seaweed. Includes check|
lists of the seaweed of Britain, Ireland and northern Europe, bibliographic databases on seaweed, an email discussion list (Algae-L), information about seaweed cultivation and the seaweed industry, and a taxonomic database of seaweed.
|Research laboratory aiming to develop the uses and benefits of seaweed by employing scientific techniques such as protoplast fusion, mutagenesis, and cell|
cell fusion. Details current and past projects, and offers a selected bibliography.
|Traces the history of seaweed usage, describes possible future applications, and provides information on the Irish seaweed industry and associated organisations. Includes the full text of a presentation delivered at a seminar entitled Ireland in the 21st Century, and explains how different strains can be used as alginates, fertilisers, health and skin care products, and foodstuffs.|| |
|An image gallery of red (Rhodophyta), brown (Phaeophyta), and green (Chlorophyta) algae. Each entry includes a short informative abstract, explaining where the algae grows and how it is structured.|| |