Finance

A novel extremely CO2-tolerant symbiotic chlorophyte from a subarctic sea hydroid is a promising organism for biomitigation applications

Description
A novel extremely CO2-tolerant symbiotic chlorophyte from a subarctic sea hydroid is a promising organism for biomitigation applications
Categories
Published
of 16
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Related Documents
Share
Transcript
  Alexei Solovchenko LomonosovMoscow State University Biological Faculty, Moscow, Russia Olga BaulinaOlga ChivkunovaOlga GorelovaIvan KonyukhovElena LobakovaSergei PogosyanIrina SelyakhLarisa SemenovaPavel ScherbakovElena Voronova  Fossil fuel burning etc.THE ATMOSPHEREINFLOWbilliontons/y.billion tonNET INCREASE 4 billiontons/y.OCEANphytoplanktonTERRESTRIAL PLANTSbillion tons/y.are assimilated  - Biosequestrationusing microalgae is among most promising solutions - Organisms are needed that are capable of thriving at extremely high CO 2 levels e.g. that in flue gases - Algae from symbioses with animals could be a potential source of microalgae naturally tolerant to high CO 2 levels  The bentichydroid Dynamena pumila in White Sea (Lobakovaet. al., unpublished) The Microalga In Hospite The microalga incorporated in the D. pumila exoskeleton (Gorelovaet. al., unpublished) Intrusion of microalga into the D. pumila body (Gorelovaet al., 2009, Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin )  Идентификация полученных изолятов DesmodesmaceaePleuroplealesChlorophyta Desmodesmus sp.* ITS1-5.8s rRNA-ITS2   * The first, to the best of our knowledge, Desmodesmus isolated from association with a marine invertebrate
Search
Similar documents
View more...
Related Search
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks