Rhizoclonium rivulare
Crow-silk Crow"-silk` (kr?"s?lk`), n. (Bot.) A filamentous fresh-water alga ({Conferva rivularis} of Linnaeus, {Rhizoclonium rivulare} of Kutzing). [1913 Webster]

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  • ajomate — ► sustantivo masculino BOTÁNICA Alga verde de agua dulce, pluricelular, formada por filamentos delgados. (Rhizoclonium rivulare.) SINÓNIMO [ova de río] * * * ajomate (del ár. and. «ağğummát», cabelleras; Rhizoclonium rivulare) m. *Alga verde de… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Conferva rivularis — Crow silk Crow silk (kr? s?lk ), n. (Bot.) A filamentous fresh water alga ({Conferva rivularis} of Linnaeus, {Rhizoclonium rivulare} of Kutzing). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Crow-silk — (kr? s?lk ), n. (Bot.) A filamentous fresh water alga ({Conferva rivularis} of Linnaeus, {Rhizoclonium rivulare} of Kutzing). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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