Eighteenth International Seaweed Symposium
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Eighteenth International Seaweed Symposium

Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Seaweed Symposium held in Bergen, Norway, 20 - 25 June 2004
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Worldwide coverage of recent developments in applied seaweed research
Cultivation.- Advances in seaweed aquaculture among Pacific Island countries.- Experimental tank cultivation of Porphyra in Israel.- Rapid survey technique using socio-economic indicators to assess the suitability of Pacific Island rural communities for Kappaphycus seaweed farming development.- Artificial seed production and cultivation of the edible brown alga, Sargassum fulvellum (Turner) C. Agardh: Developing a new species for seaweed cultivation in Korea.- Farming of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera in southern Chile for development of novel food products.- Effects of temperature and salinity on the growth of Gracilaria verrucosa and G. chorda, with the potential for mariculture in Korea.- Developmental studies in Porphyra vietnamensis: A high-temperature resistant species from the Indian Coast.- Spore adhesion and cell wall formation in Gelidium floridanum (Rhodophyta, Gelidiales).- Forecasting infections of the red rot disease on Porphyra yezoensis Ueda (Rhodophyta) cultivation farms.- Occurrence of Polysiphonia epiphytes in Kappaphycus farms at Calaguas Is., Camarines Norte, Phillippines.- Culture of Gigartina skottsbergii (Rhodophyta) in southern Chile. A pilot scale approach.- Can kelp extract (KELPAK®) be useful in seaweed mariculture?.- Harvesting.- A remote sensing approach to estimating harvestable kelp biomass.- The effects of harvesting of the South African kelp (Ecklonia maxima) on kelp population structure, growth rate and recruitment.- Harvesting of the kelp Ecklonia maxima in South Africa affects its three obligate, red algal epiphytes.- Changes in the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum (L.) Le Jol. plant morphology and biomass produced by cutter rake harvests in southern New Brunswick, Canada.- Hydrocolloids.- Carrageenans from cystocarpic and sterile plants of Chondrus pinnulatus (Gigartinaceae, Rhodophyta) collected from the Russian Pacific coast.- A comparative study of specificity of fucoidanases from marine microorganisms and invertebrates.- Comparative characterization of laminarinases from the filamentous marine fungi Chaetomium indicum Corda and Trichoderma aureviride Rifai.- Biochemistry & Utilization.- Seasonal variation in the chemical composition of tropical Australian marine macroalgae.- Tissue nitrogen and phosphorus in seaweeds in a tropical eutrophic environment: What a long-term study tells us.- Element concentrations in some species of seaweeds from La Paz Bay and La Paz Lagoon, south-western Baja California, Mexico.- Formation of aldehyde flavor (n-hexanal, 3Z-nonenal and 2E-nonenal) in the brown alga, Laminaria angustata.- Antimicrobial browning-inhibitory effect of flavor compounds in seaweeds.- Effect of detachment on the palatability of two kelp species.- A comparison of various seaweed-based diets and formulated feed on growth rate of abalone in a land-based aquaculture system.- A simple 96-well microplate method for estimation of total polyphenol content in seaweeds.- Physiology.- Effects of UVB radiation on the initial stages of growth of Gigartina skottsbergii, Sarcothalia crispata and Mazzaella laminarioides (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta).- Photosynthesis and UV-B tolerance of the marine alga Fucus vesiculosus at different sea water salinities.- Effects of environmental factors and metal ions on growth of the red alga Gracilaria chorda Holmes (Gracilariales, Rhodophyta).- Genomics & Molecular Genetics.- A genomic and phylogenetic perspective on endosymbiosis and algal origin.- Isolation of pollutant (pine needle ash)-responding genes from tissues of the seaweed Ulva pertusa.- Isolation and identification of gametogenesis-related genes in Porphyra yezoensis (Rhodophyta) using subtracted cDNA libraries.- Kelp Ecology & Global Environmental Change.- Molecular systematics and phylogenetics of Gracilariacean species from the Mediterranean Sea.- Long term variability in the structure of kelp communities in northern Chile and the 1997-98 ENSO.- Recent fluctuations in distribution and
The Proceedings of the 18th International Seaweed Symposium provides an invaluable reference to a wide range of fields in applied phycology. Papers cover topics as diverse as systematics, ecology, commercial applications, carbohydrate chemistry and applications, harvesting biology, cultivation and more. Contributions from all parts of the world give the volume exceptional relevance in an increasingly global scientific and commercial climate. Like its predecessors, this volume provides a benchmark of progress in all fields of applied seaweed science and management, and will be referred to for many years to come. The volume will interest researchers, students, resource managers and natural product chemists.