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Seaweeds Around the World: State of Art and Perspectives, Vol 95. Advances in Botanical Research

  • ID: 4850189
  • Book
  • March 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 464 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Seaweeds around the World: State of Art and Perspectives, Volume 95, includes discussions on current research conducted in the field of algae. Specific chapters cover Isotopic Labeling of Cultured Macroalgae and Isolation of 13C-labeled Cell Wall Polysaccharides for Trophic Investigations, Selected Red Seaweeds from the Philippines with Emerging High-Value Applications, Challenges to the Future Domestication of Seaweed Cultivated Species: Understanding Individual Needs and Physiological Processes for Large-Scale Production, The Importance of Mucilage in Dispersion and Efficiency of Fertilization of Male Gametes, The Application of Seaweeds in Environmental Biotechnology, Indonesian Sargassum Species Prospecting: Potential Applications of Bioactive Compounds, and much more.

  • Presents the most recent biological knowledge and advances on seaweed
  • Content covers innovations to biotechnological, aquacultural and chemical developments about seaweeds field
  • Written by the most experienced authors in the field

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1. Isotopic labeling of cultured macroalgae and isolation of 13C-labeled cell wall polysaccharides for trophic investigations François Thomas, Nolwen Le Duff, Cédric Leroux, Laurence Dartevelle, and Pascal Riera 2. Selected red seaweeds from the Philippines with emerging high-value applications Anicia Q. Hurtado, Rexie Magdugo, and Alan T. Critchley 3. Challenges to the future domestication of seaweeds as cultivated species: understanding their physiological processes for large-scale production Leila Hayashi, Sarah de J. Cantarino, and Alan T. Critchley 4. The application of seaweeds in environmental biotechnology Izabela Michalak 5. Indonesian Sargassum species bioprospecting: potential applications of bioactive compounds and challenge for sustainable development Maya Puspita, Nur Azmi Ratna Setyawidati, Valérie Stiger-Pouvreau, Laurent Vandanjon, Ita Widowati, Ocky Karna Radjasa, Gilles Bedoux, and Nathalie Bourgougnon 6. Dictyotaceae (Dictyotales, Phaeophyceae) species from French Polynesia: current knowledge and future research Tohei Theophilus, Christophe Vieira, Gerald Culioli, Olivier P. Thomas, Antoine D.R. N'yeurt, Serge Andréfouët, Lydiane Mattio, Claude E. Payri, and Mayalen Zubia 7. Production and properties of mycosporine-like amino acids isolated from seaweeds Gilles Bedoux, Hugo Pliego-Cortés, Chrystele Dufau, Kevin Hardouin, Romain Boulho, Yolanda Freile-Pelegrín, Daniel Robledo, and Nathalie Bourgougnon 8. The stressful life of red and brown seaweeds on the temperate intertidal zone: effect of abiotic and biotic parameters on the physiology of macroalgae and content variability of particular metabolites Fanny Lalegerie, Leslie Gager, Valérie Stiger-Pouvreau, and Solène Connan 9. Current knowledge and challenges in extraction, characterization and bioactivity of seaweed protein and seaweed-derived proteins Hugo Pliego-Cortés, Isuru Wijesekara, Marie Lang, Nathalie Bourgougnon, and Gilles Bedoux 10. Defence on Surface: Macroalgae and their surface-associated microbiome Shareen A. Abdul Malik, Gilles Bedoux, Jose Q. Garcia Maldonado, Yolanda Freile- Pelegrín, Daniel Robledo, and Nathalie Bourgougnon 11. Green and integrated processing approaches for the recovery of high-value compounds from brown seaweeds Achinta Bordoloi and Neill Goosen 12. From seaweed to seaweeders Violaine Buet
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