Ooze

Ooze may refer to:

  • Pelagic sediments, fine-grained sediments on the ocean floor, containing at least 30% biogenous material

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Ooze - Fiction
... Ooze, a character in Captain Planet and the Planeteers The Ooze, a substance in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ...
Lord Zedd - Character History - Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
... television show, Zedd is still powerful, and can even open the hyperlock egg that traps Ivan Ooze, but is beaten back easily (along with Rita) and captured by Ivan Ooze ... rooting for the Power Rangers when they go after and ultimately destroy Ooze, and he and Rita were released afterward ...
Creature Type (Dungeons & Dragons) - 3rd and 3.5 Editions - Ooze
... An ooze is an amorphous or mutable creature without a single solid form ... Oozes are usually mindless and homogeneous, and reproduce by simply splitting into two ... The most famous ooze is the gelatinous cube ...
Gray Ooze - Publication History
... The gray ooze first appeared in the original Dungeons Dragons set (1974), and also appeared in the supplement Eldritch Wizardry (1976) ... The gray ooze appeared in the D D Basic Set (1977, 1981, 1983) and Dungeons Dragons Rules Cyclopedia (1991) ... The gray ooze appeared in first edition Advanced Dungeons Dragons in the original Monster Manual (1977) ...
Pelagic Sediments - Oozes
... In case of marine sediments, ooze does not refer to a sediment's consistency, but to its composition, which directly reflects its origin ... Ooze is pelagic sediment that consists of at least 30% of microscopic remains of either calcareous or siliceous planktonic debris organisms ... As a result, the grain size of oozes is often bimodal with a well-defined biogenic silt- to sand-size fraction and siliciclastic clay-size fraction ...

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