[NetBehaviour] Shore

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Fri Jul 12 16:39:24 CEST 2019


http://www.alansondheim.org/shore1.jpg ***
http://www.alansondheim.org/shore.mp3 **

Where some slowly begin, others slowly emerge, slowly give way to
others slowly diminishing,, among some, others slowly reside,
others slowly holdfast among some,, among some plurals are
plurals, among some boundaries, others slowly emerge, some
boundaries give way to others diminishing or increasing, among
some are others,, among names are others, among the naming of
names are others slowly naming, among the plurals of names are
some plurals, some boundaries among other boundaries, some biomes
among others, some names of biomes among other names, some no
longer naming, no longer names,, among waters, some waters, among
waters, some airs and waters, some forms among waters,, among
forms, some forms, some forming, some forms forming among airs,,
some plurals among plurals, some singles forming among plurals,
some singles plurals, some plurals among singles form plurals,
some plurals,, some slowly receding among recedings, some among
expandings, some always changing, some always changing slowly, all
among all always changing,, some among some, always some among
some, always among among, always some some, always among timings,
always timings, always some

** earphones or deep speakers, c clarinet, revrev, some tones
among others, some sounds among sounds, some soundings, some
tones slowly receding, some others, some among others

*** with Hollow Green Weed (Enteromorpha intestinalis)

"A recent molecular study suggested that the genus Enteromorpha is
synonymous with the genus Ulva (Hayden et al., 2003). Species
within the genus Ulva are difficult to identify. Identification is
heavily reliant on cell detail and cell arrangement, in addition
to gross morphology, but complicated by the fact that the
morphology of a single species can vary in response to
environmental conditions. For instance, Ulva intestinalis and Ulva
compressa (as Enteromorpha) are two distinct, genetically
divergent and reproductively isolated species (Blomster et al.,
1998). They are, however, difficult to distinguish. The presence
or absence of branching fronds was the most useful gross
morphological characteristic distinguishing these two species
(Ulva intestinalis being unbranched). But ambiguity exists because
low salinity or salinity shock can induce branching in Ulva
intestinalis. However, if environmental factors, such as salinity
are taken into account, branching can be used to identify the
great majority of thalli correctly (Blomster et al., 1998)."

"Identifying features:
Separation of species within the genus is difficult and reliant on
cellular features, but
Simple thalli (fronds) arise from a small discoid base.
Thalli light to dark grass-green in colour.
Thallus completely tubular and elongate, increasing in width
from base to mid thallus.
Mature specimens, are 'crisped' and irregularly inflated
Thalli typically unbranched (see additional information)."

>From https://www.marlin.ac.uk/species/detail/1469

Also: ''Ulva intestinalis'' is a green alga in the family
Ulvaceae, known by the common names sea lettuce, gutweed and grass
kelp. Until they were reclassified by genetic work completed in
the early 2000s, the tubular members of the sea lettuce genus
''Ulva'' were placed in the genus ''Enteromorpha''..

Also: "This seaweed is very intestine-like and so awesome! They
have oxygen bubbles inside their tubes, which are produced through
photosynthesis and then are released into the water
Habitat: Upper high tide pools on rock cliffs along the coast
(Giant Steps)."

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