Caulerpa racemosa is a species of edible green alga, a seaweed in the family Caulerpaceae. It is commonly known as sea grapes (along with the related Caulerpa lentillifera) and is found in many areas of shallow sea around the world.
Sea Grape Ria Tan cc-by-nc-sa Caulerpa racemosa (Sea Grape) is a species of chlorophytes in the family Caulerpaceae. It is a photoautotroph.
Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J. Agardh Taxonomic Serial No.: 6968 (Download Help) Caulerpa racemosa TSN 6968 Taxonomy and Nomenclature Kingdom: Plantae: Taxonomic Rank: Species: Synonym(s): Common Name(s): Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: accepted Data Quality Indicators.Caulerpa racemosa var. imbricata (Kjellm.) Eubank WildNet taxon ID 6034 Superseded by Caulerpa racemosa var. turbinata Conservation significant No Confidential No Endemicity Native Pest status Nil Other resources The Australasian Virtual Herbarium (AVH) Atlas of Living Australia Data source.California State Law:It is illegal to possess, transport, transfer, release alive, import, or sell Caulerpa taxifolia, Caulerpa sertularioides, Caulerpa mexicana, Caulerpa ashmeadii, Caulerpa scalpelliformis, Caulerpa racemosa (and all varieties of C. racemosa), Caulerpa cupressoides, Caulerpa verticillata, Caulerpa floridana (California Fish and Game Code 2300).
Classification: Eukarya - Bikonta - Plantae - Viridiplantae - Chlorophyta - Ulvophyceae - Bryopsidales - Caulerpaceae - Caulerpa - Caulerpa racemosa synonym.Read More
Sea grapes (Caulerpa racemosa), a common tropical green seaweed, has immense nutritional potential. An attempt was made to utilize the health benefits of sea grapes in human diet via biscuit as carrying medium. The effect of C. racemosa incorporation on nutritional, physical, anti-oxidative and sensorial characteristics of biscuits was assessed. Functional properties of seaweed-flour mix along.Read More
Caulerpa racemosa - harvest from wild stocks. 2.1 Objective. This manual is designed to give the prospective farmers important guidelines for a successful pond culture of Caulerpa. 3. MAJOR ACTIVITIES. The development of a new area into Caulerpa ponds consists of several stages, namely; site selection, pond construction, planting of the ponds, maintenance of the culture, harvest and post.Read More
The invasive algae in the Mediterranean Caulerpa taxifolia and Caulerpa racemosa var. cylind-racea have gained much interest in the Adriatic Sea due to their fast spread and negative impacts on native seaweed species. Lack of accurate mapping and its overall high costs represent some of the major difficulties for successful detection and subsequent environmental management. Remote sensing.Read More
Species recognized by Flora do Brasil, GBIF classification, and Global Register of Introduced and Invasive Species. Caulerpa taxifolia (M. Vahl) C. Agardh. Recognized by EOL staff. Caulerpa taxifolia (M. Vahl) C. Agardh 1817. Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9. Caulerpa taxifolia (Vahl) C. Ag. Species recognized by Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS) Taxonomic Hierarchy.Read More
Although recent molecular studies have indicated the presence of a number of distinct species within the Caulerpa racemosa-peltata complex, due to the difficulties presented by high levels of phenotypic plasticity and the large number of synonyms, infra-specific taxa, and names of uncertain affinity, taxonomic proposals are yet to be made. In this study, we aimed to resolve the taxonomy of the.Read More
The Situation: Caulerpa taxifolia is an invasive alga that is causing serious environmental problems in the Mediterranean Sea.This invasive weed was discovered in southern California and New South Wales, Australia in 2000. Caulerpa taxifolia was officially eradicated from southern California in 2006. Caulerpa taxifolia is native in tropical waters with populations naturally occurring in the.Read More
Caulerpa mexicana, Caulerpa prolifera, Caulerpa racemosa, Caulerpa veravalensis. Summary. Caulerpa taxifolia is an invasive marine alga that is widely used as a decorative plant in aquaria. A cold-tolerant strain was inadvertently introduced into the Mediterranean Sea in wastewater from the Oceanographic Museum at Monaco, where it has now spread over more than 13,000 hectares of seabed.Read More
Caulerpa racemosa var. cylindracea is a marine Chlorophyta introduced into the Mediterranean Sea from south-western Australia. Since 1990, it has been invading the Mediterranean Sea and the Canary Islands, raising ecological problems. Although this invasion event can be considered as one of the most serious in the history of species introduced into the Mediterranean Sea, C. racemosa has not.Read More
The results confirm the presence of eight Caulerpa species in Thai waters, i.e., C. chemnitzia, C. lentillifera, C. macrodisca, C. racemosa, C. serrulata, C. sertularioides, C. taxifolia and C.Read More