Long-term effects of predicted future seawater CO2 conditions on the survival and growth of the marine shrimp Palaemon pacificus
Fishes in high-CO2, acidified oceans
Research interest in CO2-driven ocean acidification has been centered on certain groups of calcifying marine organisms, but knowledge on the possible impacts of ocean acidification on fish is…
A novel methodology employing Corynebacterium glutamicum genome information to generate a new L-lysine-producing mutant
An initial challenge involving reconstruction of classically derived L-lysine-producing Corynebacterium glutamicum involves identifying mutations by comparative genomic analysis, defining mutations beneficial for production, and assembling them in a single wild-type background.
Effects of CO2 on Marine Fish: Larvae and Adults
It is tentatively concluded that cardiac failure is important in the mechanisms by which CO2 kills fish, and high CO2 levels near injection points during CO2 ocean sequestration are likely to have acute deleterious effects on both larvae and adults of marine fishes.
Physiological effects on fishes in a high-CO2 world
A survey of the literature revealed that hypercapnia acutely affects vital physiological functions such as respiration, circulation, and metabolism, and changes in these functions are likely to reduce growth rate and population size through reproduction failure and change the distribution pattern due to avoidance of high-CO2 waters or reduced swimming activities.
Acid-base responses to lethal aquatic hypercapnia in three marine fishes
Results do not agree with the generally accepted model for acid–base regulation in marine fish in which Na+/H+ exchangers are assumed to play a predominant role, and indicate that an acid-base regulatory mechanism differs between teleost and elasmobranch fishes, as well as the intensity of acidic stress.
Effect of Tween 80 on the growth, lipid accumulation and fatty acid composition of Thraustochytrium aureum ATCC 34304.
Effects of cryopreservation methods on post-thaw motility of spermatozoa from the Japanese pearl oyster, Pinctada fucata martensii.
A gene homologous to β-type carbonic anhydrase is essential for the growth of Corynebacterium glutamicum under atmospheric conditions
- S. Mitsuhashi, J. Ohnishi, M. Hayashi, M. Ikeda
- BiologyApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology
- 1 February 2004
The results indicate that the bca product is essential to achieving normal growth under ordinary atmospheric conditions, and this effect is most likely due to the bc product′s ability to maintain favorable intracellular bicarbonate/CO2 levels.
Optimization of culture conditions for growth and docosahexaenoic acid production by a marine thraustochytrid, Aurantiochytrium limacinum mh0186.
Investigation of carbon sources, seawater concentration and seawater component in a culture medium were investigated to optimize culture conditions for growth by a marine thraustochytrid Aurantiochytrium limacinum strain mh0186, finding the higher DHA production rate of the strain should be appropriate for industrial production of DHA.