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Vermicomposting potentiality of Perionyx excavatus for recycling of waste biomass of Java citronella--an aromatic oil yielding plant.
Vermicomposting of distillation waste of citronella plant (Cymbopogon winterianus Jowitt.) employing Eudrilus eugeniae.
Culture medium optimization and lipid profiling of Cylindrotheca, a lipid- and polyunsaturated fatty acid-rich pennate diatom and potential source of eicosapentaenoic acid
Cylindrotheca, an epipelic benthic pennate diatom, holds promise as a nutraceutical source and may be useful for aquaculture, and Nualgi, a commercially available micronutrient ready-mix with elements adsorbed as nanoparticles on a modified silica sol, was found to significantly boost growth in both Cylindratheca species when used in lieu of a conventional micronsutrient mix prepared from eight compounds.
Marine metabolites: the sterols of soft coral.
Seasonal and spatial constraints of fluorophores in the midwestern Bay of Bengal by PARAFAC analysis of excitation emission matrix spectra
Sterol Ring System Oxidation Pattern in Marine Sponges
The marine sponges (Porifera) are a unique group of sedentary organisms from which several novel natural products are reported, many of which have useful biological activities and occupy a preeminent position among the various groups of organisms.
Contrasting phytoplankton community structure and associated light absorption characteristics of the western Bay of Bengal
Absorption spectra, particulate pigments, and hydrochemical constituents were measured in the western Bay of Bengal (BoB) during July-August 2010 when influence of river discharge is at peak.…
New polyhydroxy sterols from the marine sponge Callyspongia fibrosa (Ridley & Dendly)
Vitamin C content of some macroalgae of Visakhapatnam, east coast of India
The distribution of vitamin C is associated with the morphogenetically important vegetative and reproductive phases indicating its key role in metabolic function.The vitamin C showed significant positive relationship with chlorophyll - a in Rhodophyceae and ChlorophyceAE and it also showed a significantpositive relationship with carbohydrate content of the latter.