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RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 March 15
Estimation of bioluminescence intensity of the dinoflagellates Noctiluca scintillans, Polykrikos kofoidii, and Alexandrium mediterraneum populations in Korean waters using cell abundance and water temperature
Many dinoflagellates produce bioluminescence. To estimate the intensity of bioluminescence produced by populations of the heterotrophic dinoflagellates Noctiluca scintillans and Polykrikos kofoidii and autotrophic dinoflagellate Alexandrium mediterraneum in ...
RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 March 15
Physiological and transcriptome analysis of acclimatory response to cold stress in marine red alga Pyropia yezoensis
Red macroalga Pyropia yezoensis is a high valuable cultivated marine crop. Its acclimation to cold stress is especially important for long cultivation period across winter in coasts of warm temperate zone in East Asia. In this study, the response of P. yezoensis th...
RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 March 15
Effects of biostimulants, AMPEP and Kelpak on the growth and asexual reproduction of Pyropia yezoensis (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) at different temperatures
Acadian marine plant extract powder (AMPEP) and Kelpak are commercial biostimulants derived from brown algae Ascophyllum nodosum. This study was to determine if AMPEP and Kelpak can induce thermal resistance in Pyropia yezoensis. P. yezoensis blades were exp...
NOTE 2024 March 15
Holocarpic oomycete parasites of red algae are not Olpidiopsis, but neither are they all Pontisma or Sirolpidium (Oomycota)
Oomycetes are ubiquitous heterotrophs of considerable economic and ecological importance. Lately their diversity in marine environments has been shown to be greatly underappreciated and many lineages of intracellular holocarpic parasites, infecting micro- and macro-algae, remain...
NOTE 2024 March 15
Optimal filter materials for protist quantification via droplet digital PCR
The use of droplet digital polymerase chain reaction (ddPCR) has greatly improved the quantification of harmful protists, outperforming traditional methods like quantitative PCR. Notably, ddPCR provides enhanced consistency and reproducibility at it resists PCR inhibitors common...
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