laver seaweed, purple laver seaweed
- Purple laver is a multicellular organism visible to the naked eye.
Purple laver is capable of photosynthesis.
Purple laver is often mistaken for plants, but in fact, purple laver does not belong to plants because it lacks real roots and stems.
Purple laver is very common in Asia.
Purple laver is not equal to seaweed.
The commercially available seaweed is made from purple laver and added many different seasonings.
Purple laver contains a high amount of iodine.
Purple laver is a common seaweed found on rocky shores.
Purple laver can tolerate long periods of air exposure between tides.
Purple laver is a purplish-brown seaweed.
Purple laver has very thin, membrane-like fronds that vary in shape.