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- Mohd Said, Mohd Ismid, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Biomass and bioenergy 2014 v.66 pp. 103-109
- Gracilaria; Penaeus; Ulva lactuca; biofilters; biofiltration; biomass; eutrophication; macroalgae; markets; nitrogen; shrimp; wastewater; water quality
- ... Shrimp wastewater usually contain high amount of nitrogen that causes eutrophication, a phenomenon of algae bloom. It is harmful for shrimp growth and needs to be addressed if the objective is to improve water quality and make it suitable for shrimp growth. This paper addresses ammonium removal in tiger shrimp wastewater by using two macroalgae species: Ulva lactuca (U. lactuca) and Gracilaria edu ...