Laminaria japonica

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Laminaria japonica,

n See kelp.
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Finally, dry Undciria pinnatifida and Laminaria japonica were prepared to compare with the effects of extruded diets on the performance of abalone.
The four extruded diets, dry Undaria pinnatifida, and Laminaria japonica were placed in separate 70-1 plastic rectangular containers (120 cm x 36 cm) without abalone in duplicate.
2) content in the Laminaria japonica was significantly (P < 0.
Protective effect of fucoxanthin isolated from Laminaria japonica against visible light-induced retinal damage both in vitro and in vivo [abstract].
For example, alginate-degrading bacteria have been shown to induce cell death in Laminaria japonica (Liu et al.
In Laminaria japonica, early stages of infections with alginate-degrading bacteria have been shown to be characterized by responses similar to those of oligoguluronane exposure; for example, by an oxidative burst (Huang et al.
As mentioned, almost all abalone culturing in Korea is performed in the Wando area of Jeollanamdo Province, and cultures use only natural seaweed, including Laminaria japonica and Undaria pinnatifida.
Experiments were performed to examine the fractionation values of stable isotope ratios in juvenile abalone fed three different types of food: fresh fronds of an adult macroalga Laminaria japonica (MA), a commercial formulated pellet (FP), and a benthic diatom Cylindrotheca closterium (BD; Table 1).
This was because of a significant difference in consumption of Laminaria japonica and Cladophoropsis zollingeri.
However, within the range tested, this study showed that relative toughness of macroalgae did not prevent tokobushi from feeding on brown leathery Laminaria japonica, Undaria pinnatifida and Sargassum spp.
During the grow-out period, abalone are fed primarily on the macroalgae, Laminaria japonica, Undaria pinnatifida or Ulva pertusa for H.