noun, plural fu·ci [fyoo-sahy], /ˈfyu saɪ/, fu·cus·es.
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Origin of fucus
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The largest species (E. fucicola) is parasitic on Fucus, growing in brush-like tufts about an inch long.
In the typical genus—Fucus—the root is a conical disc, and the frond flat or compressed and forked.
Fucus and Laminaria constitute the kelp from which iodine is obtained, and were at one time the source of the potash of commerce.
This species, formerly called Fucus nodosus, is next to Fucus vesiculosus the most common rockweed.
It is sometimes found free, but generally attached by its extremity to eel-grass or Fucus, seldom to rocks.