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Seaweed - Biology and Use

Irem Deniz

Celal Bayar University

A pioneering researcher in bioprocess engineering, appointed Vice Director of MCBU University-Industry Cooperation Technology Application and Research Center (MCBU-USITEM) and Scientific committee member in EU scientific activities.

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Macroalgae Bioplastics Hydrogen Food Bioenergy Biogas Bioethanol Determination Controlling Contamination Structure Genetics

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Seagrass species are densely represented by Posidonia oceanica, Cymodocea nodosa and Zostera noltii. Seagrass meadows are macroalgae that spread over a wide area around the world, are shaped in the form of roots, stems, and leaves at the bottom of the sea, and live by clinging to the seabed with their roots, and can produce their food by photosynthesis with the help of sunlight. In addition to being a source of oxygen and nutrients in the seas as a result of photosynthesis, they are important spawning areas for many fish species that lay their eggs on these plants.
The formation and development of seagrass meadows take many years. Among all the plant habitats in the world, the most carbon storage feature belongs to seagrass with 2000 tons/ha. Posidonia oceanica is the most important seagrass species for primary production and is endemic to the Mediterranean. This species is a perennial herb that spreads to a depth of 45 meters on the Mediterranean coast and can live up to 30 years. Their presence is indicative of clean seas.

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Date completed: April 26th 2022

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Expected publication date: December 10th 2022

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About the editor

Irem Deniz

Celal Bayar University

Dr. Irem Deniz currently works at the Department of Bioengineering, Manisa Celal Bayar University, Turkey. Her research interests include bioprocesses, enzyme technology, scale-up, bioreactors, gasification, biochemical engineering, bioengineering, bioconversion of agricultural raw and waste commodities into value-added products, bioenergy/biofuels, microalgae, novel bioreactors, and downstream processing. She is an editorial board meeting for Biochemical Engineering Journal and a member of the International Bioprocess Association (IBA). To date, she has published more than 30 SCI articles and book chapters.

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