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Seaweed is a macroscopic, multicellular, marine algae that lives near the seabed. The term includes some members of the red, brown, and green algae. The study of seaweed is known as Phycology. They belong to three different groups, empirically distinguished since the mid-nineteenth century on the basis of thallus color.
Seaweeds are far more complex organisms than generally realised. Many have specialised tissues and growth forms. They may have very complicated sex, with many of them producing sex pheremones (chemicals that attract males or male gametes), and with many different types of sex organs.
Related Journals of Seaweed
Aquaculture Research & Development, Marine Biology & Oceanography, Oceanography: Open Access, Journal of Applied Phycology, South African Journal of Botany, Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A, Journal of Sea Research, Journal of The Marine Biological Association of The United Kingdom, International Journal of Poultry Science.