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Main Title Biotechnology in the marine sciences : proceedings of the first annual MIT Sea Grant lecture and seminar /
Author Colwell, Rita R. ; Sinskey, Anthony J. ; Pariser, Ernst R.
CORP Author Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program.
Publisher Wiley,
Year Published 1984
Report Number 84002382
OCLC Number 10456605
ISBN 0471882763; 9780471882763
Subjects Biotechnology--Congresses. ; Aquaculture--Congresses. ; Marine fouling organisms--Congresses. ; Marine pharmacology--Congresses. ; Marine Biology.
Additional Subjects Biotechnology--Congresses ; Aquaculture--Congresses ; Marine fouling organisms--Congresses ; Marine pharmacology--Congresses
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKCM  TP248.2.B56 1984 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 01/01/1988
Collation xvii, 293 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Held Mar. 18-20, 1982. "A Wiley-Interscience publication." Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Technical and economic overview of aquaculture -- Progress and problems with recirculating system aquaculture -- Application of recombinant DNA technology to the domestication of marine plants -- Potentials in aquaculture -- Aquabusiness -- Biotechnology: a potential U.S. contribution to mariculture -- Organic chemicals from marine sources -- Genetic engineering approaches in biotechnology -- Genetic modification in seaweeds: applications to commercial utilization and cultivation -- Chitosan as a biomaterial -- Marine algae and their role in biotechnology -- Isolation and identification of provitamin D sub(2) and previtamin D sub(2) -- The isolation of labile proteins from marine sources by immobilized monoclonal antibodies -- Shark cartilage contains an inhibitor of tumour neovascularization -- Microbial ecology of biofouling -- An approach for studying the molecular basis of marine microbial fouling -- Biofouling in freshwater cooling systems -- Biotechnology and environmental pollution -- Treatment technologies for the removal of biochemical oxygen demand.