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Comparison of Antioxidant Activity and Total Phenolic Contents of some Persian Gulf Marine Algae
Background: Marine algae, especially brown species, produce a wide range of metabolites with various biological activities. Objective: Since marine algae are rich source of dietary fibers, minerals,Expand
Cytotoxic activity of some marine brown algae against cancer cell lines.
The aim of this study was to investigate the in vitro cytotoxic activity of total extract of MeOH (70%) and partition fractions of hexan, chloroform (CHCL3), ethylacetate (EtOAc) and MeOH-H2O ofExpand
GRACILARIOPSIS MCLACHLANII SP. NOV. AND GRACILARIOPSIS PERSICA SP. NOV. OF THE GRACILARIACEAE (GRACILARIALES, RHODOPHYCEAE) FROM THE INDIAN OCEAN 1
Two new species of Gracilariopsis from the Indian Ocean are proposed—Gracilariopsis (Gp.) mclachlanii Buriyo, Bellorin et M. C. Oliveira sp. nov. from Tanzania and Gracilariopsis persica Bellorin,Expand
Two new species and two new records of Pterocladiella (Gelidiales) from Malaysia based on analyses of rbcL and coxI gene sequences
Sohrabipour J., Lim P.-E., Maggs C.A. and Phang S.-M. 2013. Two new species and two new records of Pterocladiella (Gelidiales) from Malaysia based on analyses of rbcL and coxI gene sequences.Expand
THE CHECKLIST OF GREEN ALGAE OF THE IRANIAN COASTAL LINES OF THE PERSIAN GULF AND GULF OF OMAN
In this checklist 62 species of marine green algae (Chlorophyta) are reported from Iranian coastal lines of Persian Gulf and Oman Gulf. This list represents a summary of 9 scietific papers publishedExpand
Productivity, biochemical composition and biofiltering performance of agarophytic seaweed, Gelidium elegans (Red algae) grown in shrimp hatchery effluents in Malaysia
Aquaculture systems may release large amounts of nutrients into the marine ecosystem that can lead to eutrophication. Many seaweed species are efficient in reducing the nutrient concentration inExpand
BIOREMEDIATION EFFICIENCY AND BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ULVA RETICULATA FORSSKAL (CHLOROPHYTA) CULTIVATED IN SHRIMP (PENAEUS MONODON) HATCHERY EFFLUENT
The rapid growth of aquaculture is accompanied by increased discharge of nutrient-rich wastewaters into rivers and coastal waters; leading to eutrophication and deterioration of water quality.Expand
Molecular and morphological characterisation of Ulva chaugulii, U. paschima and U. ohnoi (Ulvophyceae) from the Persian Gulf, Iran
Abstract Species of Ulva are distributed worldwide in various aquatic habitats and their morphological characters change considerably in response to environmental conditions, which makesExpand
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