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Phycological research 14건

  1. [해외논문]   Optimization of protein extraction from Gelidiella acerosa by carbohydrases using response surface methodology   SCIE

    Jamshidi, Majideh (Department of Food Science and Technology, College of Agriculture, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran) , Keramat, Javad (Department of Food Science and Technology, College of Agriculture, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran) , Hamdami, Nasser (Department of Food Science and Technology, College of Agriculture, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran) , Farhadian, Omidvar (Department of Natural Resources, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran)
    Phycological research v.66 no.3 ,pp. 231 - 237 , 2018 , 1322-0829 ,

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    SUMMARY In this study, application of response surface methodology for enzymic pretreatment optimization of Gelidiella acerosa was investigated in order to improve the extraction of algal proteins using Viscozyme L and Celluclast 1.5L. The total protein, soluble proteins and reducing sugar recovery in the water‐soluble fraction were studied in relation to the hydrolysis time, type and concentration of the enzymes. Enzymatic digestion appeared to be an effective treatment for protein extraction. While enzyme hydrolysis by Celluclast 1.5L was able to facilitate the protein extraction, it was a relatively inefficient way to improve protein extraction yield, in comparison with Viscozyme L. The optimum conditions for protein extraction was found to be hydrolysis by 2.8 μL mL −1 of Viscozyme L for 12 h.

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  2. [해외논문]   Genetic examination of the type specimen of Ulva australis suggests that it was introduced to Australia   SCIE

    Hanyuda, Takeaki (Kobe University Research Center for Inland Seas, Kobe, Japan) , Kawai, Hiroshi (Kobe University Research Center for Inland Seas, Kobe, Japan)
    Phycological research v.66 no.3 ,pp. 238 - 241 , 2018 , 1322-0829 ,

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    SUMMARY ‘Ana‐aosa’, one of the most common marine green algae in Japan, was described as Ulva pertusa Kjellman in 1897 from Hakodate in northern Japan. Ulva pertusa was considered to be a temperate species, with its native distributional range restricted to northeastern Asia. Although this species has been reported from various regions outside northeastern Asia, these records have been explained as non‐indigenous populations. Recently, on the basis of genetic data and nomenclatural priority, U. pertusa was synonymized with U. australis Areschoug, a species described in 1851 from specimens collected in South Australia. Based on genetic studies, Australian populations identified as U. pertusa had been considered to have originated from Japan. However, the published genetic data on U. australis in Australia have been based only on recent collections and no historical specimens have been examined. We tested the hypothesis that native (true) U. australis is an independent species of very similar morphology to U. pertusa , but that its natural domination of shoreline habitats has been suppressed by introduced populations of U. pertusa from Asia. In the present study, we extracted DNA from the type specimen of U. australis housed in the Swedish Museum of Natural History (S) and obtained DNA sequences of the chloroplast rbc L gene and the nuclear rDNA ITS2 region. Our results show that U. australis and U. pertusa are genetically virtually identical, confirming that U. pertusa is a synonym of U. australis. This suggests that the introduction of U. australis to Australia occurred by the middle of the 19th century, when the type was collected and before there was a direct shipping route between Japan and Australia. We speculate that the introduction of U. australis to Australia occurred as a secondary introduction from non‐indigenous populations in northeastern Asia, but not directly from Japan.

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  3. [해외논문]   Novelties in nomenclature and typification appearing in Phycological Research 66 (1), 66 (2), and 66 (3)  


    Phycological research v.66 no.3 ,pp. 242 - 242 , 2018 , 1322-0829 ,

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    SUMMARY ‘Ana‐aosa’, one of the most common marine green algae in Japan, was described as Ulva pertusa Kjellman in 1897 from Hakodate in northern Japan. Ulva pertusa was considered to be a temperate species, with its native distributional range restricted to northeastern Asia. Although this species has been reported from various regions outside northeastern Asia, these records have been explained as non‐indigenous populations. Recently, on the basis of genetic data and nomenclatural priority, U. pertusa was synonymized with U. australis Areschoug, a species described in 1851 from specimens collected in South Australia. Based on genetic studies, Australian populations identified as U. pertusa had been considered to have originated from Japan. However, the published genetic data on U. australis in Australia have been based only on recent collections and no historical specimens have been examined. We tested the hypothesis that native (true) U. australis is an independent species of very similar morphology to U. pertusa , but that its natural domination of shoreline habitats has been suppressed by introduced populations of U. pertusa from Asia. In the present study, we extracted DNA from the type specimen of U. australis housed in the Swedish Museum of Natural History (S) and obtained DNA sequences of the chloroplast rbc L gene and the nuclear rDNA ITS2 region. Our results show that U. australis and U. pertusa are genetically virtually identical, confirming that U. pertusa is a synonym of U. australis. This suggests that the introduction of U. australis to Australia occurred by the middle of the 19th century, when the type was collected and before there was a direct shipping route between Japan and Australia. We speculate that the introduction of U. australis to Australia occurred as a secondary introduction from non‐indigenous populations in northeastern Asia, but not directly from Japan.

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  4. [해외논문]   Corrigendum  


    Phycological research v.66 no.3 ,pp. 243 - 243 , 2018 , 1322-0829 ,

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    SUMMARY ‘Ana‐aosa’, one of the most common marine green algae in Japan, was described as Ulva pertusa Kjellman in 1897 from Hakodate in northern Japan. Ulva pertusa was considered to be a temperate species, with its native distributional range restricted to northeastern Asia. Although this species has been reported from various regions outside northeastern Asia, these records have been explained as non‐indigenous populations. Recently, on the basis of genetic data and nomenclatural priority, U. pertusa was synonymized with U. australis Areschoug, a species described in 1851 from specimens collected in South Australia. Based on genetic studies, Australian populations identified as U. pertusa had been considered to have originated from Japan. However, the published genetic data on U. australis in Australia have been based only on recent collections and no historical specimens have been examined. We tested the hypothesis that native (true) U. australis is an independent species of very similar morphology to U. pertusa , but that its natural domination of shoreline habitats has been suppressed by introduced populations of U. pertusa from Asia. In the present study, we extracted DNA from the type specimen of U. australis housed in the Swedish Museum of Natural History (S) and obtained DNA sequences of the chloroplast rbc L gene and the nuclear rDNA ITS2 region. Our results show that U. australis and U. pertusa are genetically virtually identical, confirming that U. pertusa is a synonym of U. australis. This suggests that the introduction of U. australis to Australia occurred by the middle of the 19th century, when the type was collected and before there was a direct shipping route between Japan and Australia. We speculate that the introduction of U. australis to Australia occurred as a secondary introduction from non‐indigenous populations in northeastern Asia, but not directly from Japan.

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