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- Thirunavukarasu, K.; Purushothaman, S.; Gowthaman, M. K.; Nakajima-Kambe, T.; Rose, C.; Kamini, N. R.
- Journal of food science and technology 2015 v.52 no.9 pp. 5772-5780
- fish production, etc ; adipic acid; carboxylic ester hydrolases; diethylene glycol; fish meal; high performance liquid chromatography; hydrolysis; nitrogen; polyurethanes; sardine oil; scanning electron microscopy; wastes; yeast extract; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Fish meal has been used as an additional nitrogen source and fish oil as inducer for the growth and production of lipase from Cryptococcus sp. MTCC 5455. A response surface design illustrated that the optimum factors influencing lipase production were fish meal, 1.5 %, w/v, Na₂HPO₄, 0.2 %, w/v, yeast extract, 0.25 %, w/v and sardine oil, 2.0 %, w/v with an activity of 71.23 U/mL at 96 h and 25 °C, ...
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- Karlson, Agnes M. L.; Duberg, Jon; Motwani, Nisha H.; Hogfors, Hedvig; Klawonn, Isabell; Ploug, Helle; Barthel Svedén, Jennie; Garbaras, Andrius; Sundelin, Brita; Hajdu, Susanna; Larsson, Ulf; Elmgren, Ragnar; Gorokhova, Elena
- Ambio 2015 v.44 no.Supplement 3 pp. 413-426
- fish production, etc ; Cyanobacteria; field experimentation; food webs; grazing; nitrogen; nitrogen fixation; nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria; nutrient management; phytoplankton; secondary productivity; summer; Baltic Sea; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Filamentous, nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria form extensive summer blooms in the Baltic Sea. Their ability to fix dissolved N₂allows cyanobacteria to circumvent the general summer nitrogen limitation, while also generating a supply of novel bioavailable nitrogen for the food web. However, the fate of the nitrogen fixed by cyanobacteria remains unresolved, as does its importance for secondary product ...
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