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- Duan, Yuanliang; Yang, Na; Hu, Ming; Wei, Zhangliang; Bi, Hongsheng; Huo, Yuanzi; He, Peimin
- Aquatic botany 2019 v.153 pp. 73-80
- Gracilaria; ammonium nitrogen; animals; aquatic plants; botany; case studies; coasts; cultivation area; ecosystem services; field experimentation; fish cages; inorganic carbon; laboratory experimentation; macroalgae; mariculture; nitrate nitrogen; nitrogen; nitrogen dioxide; phosphates; phosphorus; seawater; specific growth rate; East China Sea
- ... The growth and nutrient uptake of Gracilaria lemaneiformis under different nutrient conditions, with implications for ecosystem services, were evaluated in the laboratory and in an enclosed mariculture sea area in Yantian Bay at the coast of East China Sea. In laboratory experiments, the specific growth rate (SGR) ranged 1.29%/d–7.99%/d, and nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and dissolved inorganic ca ...
- Liu, Xiaojuan; Chen, Yang; Zhong, Mingqi; Chen, Weizhou; Lin, Qi; Du, Hong
- Aquatic botany 2019 v.153 pp. 1-7
- Agarivorans albus; Brachybacterium; Gracilaria; antioxidant activity; aquatic plants; bacterial infections; botany; catalase; enzyme activity; hydrogen peroxide; macroalgae; malondialdehyde; pathogenicity; pathogens; peroxidase; photosynthesis; phycoerythrin
- ... Marine macroalga, Gracilaria lemaneiformis, is affected by bleached disease in recent years, but the bacterial pathogens for bleached disease in G. lemaneiformis are either known or unknown. In this study, we identified eight bacterial pathogens, of which Agarivorans albus, Aquimarina latercula (T) and Brachybacterium sp. had the strongest pathogenicity on healthy G. lemaneiformis. These pathogens ...