Definition of alga:
- "The Mechanism of Life", Stéphane Leduc.
As I crouched to note the functions of the animal, my shadow intervened and the caution of the creature was roused, the valves closing so that no sign of the presence of the shell was distinguishable among the slightly wavering, minute particles of alga.- "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
71. Eskimo Grave 72. Animal Figure from an Eskimo Grave 73. Ethnographical Objects from Port Clarence 74. Shell from Behring's Straits, Fusus deformis, Reeve 75. Diagram showing the temperature and depth of the water at Behring's Straits between Port Clarence and Senjavin Sound, by G. Bove 76. Konyam Bay 77. Tattooing Patterns from St. Lawrence Island 78. Tattooed Woman from St. Lawrence Island 79. The Colony on Behring Island 80. The Colony on Copper Island 81. Natives of Behring Island 82. Skeleton of Rhytina, shown at the Vega Exhibition at the Royal Palace, Stockholm 83. Original Drawings of the Rhytina 84. Reconstructed Form of the Sea- Cow 85. Sea Bears, Male, Female, and Young 86. " Seal Rookery" on St. Paul's Island, one of the Pribylov Islands 87. Slaughter of Sea- Bears 88. Sea- Bears on their way to " the Rookeries" 89. Alga from the shore of Behring Island, Thalassiophyllum Clathrus, Post.- "The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II", A.E. Nordenskieold.