seagrass

NOUN
  1. any of various seaweeds that grow underwater in shallow beds
    seagrass provides a protective environment in which young fish can develop
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How To Use seagrass In A Sentence

  • Although most seahorses are believed to live in shallow water, some also cling to the seagrass mats that float in the open water.
  • Oil can kill small organisims, such as barnacles, while degrading seagrasses The Shad Plank
  • The floor could be cool polished or varnished wood, with natural fibre rugs or coverings in seagrass, sisal or coir to give warmth.
  • The clock overtop the teak lingerie chest is a local antique, while the toss cushions hail from India, the area rug from Iran and the seagrass ottoman from Vietnam.
  • Everywhere the seafloor was covered with thick, mucky vegetation feeding on the dissolved nutrients: fields of tubeworms, blind white crabs, brine shrimp, clams, eels, seagrass, tiny translucent fish. Archive 2010-04-01
  • A study conducted in 1998 revealed that the ocean beds were contaminated by organic matter and sulphuric compounds, likely to damage the seagrass beds, the main source of dugong food.
  • The next phase of decline is the sudden collapse of ‘architectural ‘species such as kelp, oysters, reef corals, giant sponges, and seagrasses.
  • Populations of marine angiosperms, or seagrasses, are at the basis of productive ecosystems thriving in shallow coastal areas around the world.
  • A study conducted in 1998 revealed that the ocean beds were contaminated by organic matter and sulphuric compounds, likely to damage the seagrass beds, the main source of dugong food.
  • Explore the wonders of coral reefs, mangrove communities, and seagrass beds while identifying the marine organisms that live there.
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