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BIOREMEDIATION EFFICIENCY AND BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ULVA RETICULATA FORSSKAL (CHLOROPHYTA) CULTIVATED IN SHRIMP (PENAEUS MONODON) HATCHERY EFFLUENT

@article{Rabiei2014BIOREMEDIATIONEA,
  title={BIOREMEDIATION EFFICIENCY AND BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ULVA RETICULATA FORSSKAL (CHLOROPHYTA) CULTIVATED IN SHRIMP (PENAEUS MONODON) HATCHERY EFFLUENT},
  author={R. Rabiei and S. Phang and H. Yeong and P. Lim and D. Ajdari and G. Zarshenas and J. Sohrabipour},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={621-639}
}
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. Seaweeds are suitable candidates to reduce dissolved inorganic nutrient concentration discharged through aquaculture effluent, and can improve water quality and allow for sustainable aquaculture. In this study the de-eutrophication ability of Ulva reticulata was investigated in a shrimp hatchery; in Kuala… Expand

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