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Sixteenth International Seaweed Symposium

Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Seaweed Symposium held in Cebu City, Philippines, 12–17 April 1998

  • Editors
  • Joanna M. Kain
  • Murray T. Brown
  • Marc Lahaye
Conference proceedings

Part of the Developments in Hydrobiology book series (DIHY, volume 137)

Table of contents

  1. Responses to Environmental Factors

    1. Patricia I. Leonardi, Julio A. Vasquez
      Pages 375-383
  2. Chemistry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 385-385
    2. Aziza Mouradi-Givernaud, Lalla Amina Hassani, Thierry Givernaud, Yves Lemoine, Oumaima Benharbet
      Pages 391-395
    3. Juan Macchiavello, Rosa Saito, Gracinda Garófalo, Eurico C. Oliveira
      Pages 397-400
    4. Anthony Chiovitti, Antony Bacic, Gerald T. Kraft, David J. Craik, Ming-Long Liao
      Pages 401-409
    5. Masura Honya, Hiroe Mori, Michiko Anzai, Yoko Araki, Kazutosi Nisizawa
      Pages 411-416
  3. Cultivation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 417-417
    2. Thierry Chopin, Glyn Sharp, Ellen Belyea, Robert Semple, Donald Jones
      Pages 417-425
    3. Marcela Avila, Erick Ask, Brian Rudolph, Mario Nuñez, Ricardo Norambuena
      Pages 435-442
    4. Lota B. Alcantara, Hilconida P. Calumpong, Milagrosa R. Martinez-Goss, Ernani G. Meñez, Alvaro Israel
      Pages 443-453
    5. Song Qin, Guo-Qiong Sun, Peng Jiang, Li-Hong Zou, Yun Wu, Cheng-Kui Tseng
      Pages 469-472
  4. Exploitation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 477-477
    2. W. Lindsey Zemke-White, Graeme Bremner, Catriona L. Hurd
      Pages 487-494
    3. Isaí Pacheco-Ruíz, José A. Zertuche-González, Felipe Correa-Díaz, Fausto Arellano-Carbajal, Alfredo Chee-Barragán
      Pages 509-514
  5. Chemistry and Chemical Composition

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 515-515
    2. Marc Lahaye, Enrique Alvarez-Cabal Cimadevilla, Ralph Kuhlenkamp, Bernard Quemener, Vincent Lognoné, Patrick Dion
      Pages 515-521
    3. Svein Jarle Horn, Einar Moen, Kjetill Østgaard
      Pages 523-527
    4. H. Mendoza, A. Martel, M. Jiménez del Río, G. García Reina
      Pages 529-533
    5. Einar Moen, Bjørn Larsen, Kjetill Østgaard, Arne Jensen
      Pages 535-539
    6. Miguel D. Noseda, Siumara Tulio, Maria E. R. Duarte
      Pages 549-554
    7. Irina M. Yermak, Yong Hwan Kim, Edyart A. Titlynov, Vladimir V. Isakov, Tamara F. Solov’eva
      Pages 555-562
    8. Hirotaka Kakita, Satoshi Fukuoka, Hideki Obika, Hiroshi Kamishima
      Pages 563-570
  6. Pollution and Remediation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 571-571
    2. Juan A. Correa, Juan C. Castilla, Marco Ramírez, Manuel Varas, Nelson Lagos, Sofia Vergara et al.
      Pages 571-581
    3. M. Troell, P. Rönnbäck, C. Halling, N. Kautsky, A. Buschmann
      Pages 603-611
  7. Physiology, Cell and Molecular Biology

  8. Back Matter
    Pages 651-668

About these proceedings

Introduction

International Seaweed Symposia have been held at three-year intervals for nearly 50 years. In the early days they formed the only international forum for marine phycologists, and although there are now frequent phycological meetings their value has not diminished, both because of the increased commercial importance of seaweeds, and because of the unique mix of disciplines that the meetings attract. Industrialists interact with chemists and biologists with the common aim of understanding seaweeds. The main development during the last few decades has been an increase in the cultivation of algae, as natural stocks of the useful species become depleted. Of the first ten Symposia, nine were held in western countries where seaweed cultivation is almost non-existent. It is appropriate that the last two have been held where algal exploitation is relatively big business.
The popularity of the Symposia with scientists has meant that the standard of presentation has always been high. Many participants from the countries with the highest economic involvement with seaweeds frequently publish in their own languages so their contributions give considerable additional interest to the Proceedings.
The Philippines, with its extensive coastline, much of which supports seaweed exploitation and cultivation, was an excellent venue for the latest Symposium. The papers presented in this volume reflect the continuing world-wide interest in marine algae and range from results using cutting-edge laboratory techniques to simple but important field observations.

Keywords

algae chemistry ecology environment

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