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Adsorb

Transitive verb. From prefix ad-: toward, to; and root śrb : west Semitic, to drink; latin sorbēre, to suck. To take up by accumulation (of gases, liquids, or solutes) on the surface of a solid or liquid. Other forms: ad·sorb'er – Noun; ad·sorb'a·bil'i·ty – Noun; ad·sorb'a·ble – Adjective; ad·sorb'ed·ly – Adverb; ad·sorb'ing·ly – Adverb.


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... and wikipedia but I can't find the category that belongs to this algae. This is for my final year project which I am going to use this algae to adsorb fluoride. I just want to know the scientific name or maybe its taxonomic. Thanks.

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by Polaris
Wed Mar 07, 2012 12:37 pm
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: What is the type of this algae?
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by canalon
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