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The kelp Undariopsis peterseniana is warm-water-tolerant, and consequently, there is currently considerable interest in developing commercial cultivation techniques for this species in Korea. U. peterseniana plants have been successfully transferred to the northern coast of Korea beyond their original habitat in Jeju Island (33°30′08.65″N, 126°55′39.02″E).(More)
The kelp Undariopsis peterseniana (Kjellman) Miyabe et Okamura is warm water tolerant and consequently there is currently considerable interest in developing commercial cultivation techniques for this species in Korea. Undaria is an important species for both the abalone industry and for commercial seaweed mariculture. In an attempt to extend the culture(More)
Ecklonia cava and Ecklonia stolonifera are perennial brown algae that form sea forests off the coast of Korea. Both species are cultured to supply a summer feed for the abalone industry. Recent expansion of the abalone industry in Korea has been bringing an increase in demand for fresh algal supply. Zoospores of the two algae were seeded in October 2006 on(More)
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