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Strategies for growth management of Porphyra yezoensis (Ueda) blades in suspension cultures
Jeff T. Hafting
Written in English
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Porphyran, which structure is similar with carrageenan and agarose, has application potential in drug form developmentas a new pharmaceutical material. Orthogonal experiment was employed to optimizethe porphyran extraction conditions from porphyra yezoensis. The extraction temperature, pH, ratio of liquid to raw material and extraction time were confirmed as 90°C, 11, and 3h Cited by: 4. Porphyra , , segundo o sistema de classificação de Hwan Su Yoon et al. (), é o nome botânico de um gênero de algas vermelhas multicelulares da família Bangiaceae.. É um género de alga vermelha foliosa composto por aproximadamente 70 espécies.  Cresce na zona intertidal, normalmente na área entre o intertidal superior e a zona de rebentação.
Nutrient-rich shallow water provides excellent conditions for farming laver seaweed (nori, Porphyra yezoensis), yielding 40% of the total annual production in Japan in recent decades (Sasaki, a). Management of the oyster fisheries in Japan's Ariake Sea and . Japan's largest platform for academic e-journals: J-STAGE is a full text database for reviewed academic papers published by Japanese societies.
Rhodophyta “Red Algae” Florideophycidae (99%) • filamentous • pseudoparenchymatous • apical growth • complex oogamy (triphasic) • pit connections Bangiophycidae (1%) • unicell, filament, blade • diffuse growth • simple life histories e.g. Porphyra General Characteristics no Flagella - different from other groups (except File Size: KB. Pythium porphyrae, a facultative parasite of Porphyra spp., is the common microbial agent responsible for red rot disease of this red alga in Japan. Host infection by this species and other plant parasitic members of the Pythiaceae is initiated by motile biflagellate zoospores. Factors regulating host specificity and the initial steps involved in the infection process, consisting of attachment, Cited by:
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Porphyra yezoensis has been cultivated for centuries in Asia. Ocean-based operations, where the blade phase is grown attached to synthetic nets, and placed in the ocean for grow-out, are the norm.
There are many problems associated with this type of cultivation, many of which could potentially be overcome by using land-based tanks for grow-out of blades. However before land-based mariculture Cited by: 1. Porphyra has a heteromorphic life cycle with an alternation between a macroscopic foliose gametophytic phase and a filamentous sporophyte called the conchocelis phase (Fig.
Porphyra reproduces through both sexual and asexual modes of reproduction. In sexual reproduction, certain mature vegetative cells differentiate into carpogonia, and others on the same or different thallus.
Porphyra is a coldwater seaweed that grows in cold, shallow specifically, it belongs to red algae phylum of laver species (from which comes laverbread), comprising approximately 70 species. It grows in the intertidal zone, typically between the upper intertidal zone and the splash zone in cold waters of temperate East Asia, it is used to produce Strategies for growth management of Porphyra yezoensis book sea vegetable Class: Bangiophyceae.
The marine red macroalga Porphyra yezoensis is an important marine crop, particularly in Asian countries for the production of 'Nori'. This book presents the latest research using P. yezoensis in order to share valuable information necessary for the progress of red algal research.
The topics covered focus on developmental regulation, gene Price: $ Porphyra spp. appears on rocky shorelines throughout the world, including a few species in the tropics or at the poles. The greatest diversity is found in cold-temperate and boreal regions.
Most species appear as winter or summer annuals. Porphyra can bear desiccation, so can live in the highest, driest reaches of the intertidal zone. Porphyra thalli appear in nature as free-living organisms. A novel technique for propagation of Porphyra yezoensis Ueda blades in suspension cultures via monospores Hafting JT () Strategies for growth management of Porphyra.
The effect of tissue N and P on growth of Porphyra yezoensis (strain U) blades in suspension cultures was investigated.
Blades had the ability to store N in excess of requirements. The critical (% fresh wt) and subsistence (% fresh wt) levels of N were constant regardless of N source (NO −3 − or NH 4 +) or light level.
Blades Cited by: Cite this chapter as: Niwa K., Furuita H., Yamamoto T. () Changes of growth characteristics and free amino acid content of cultivated Porphyra yezoensis Ueda (Bangiales Rhodophyta) blades with the progression of the number of harvests in a nori farm. In: Borowitzka M.A., Critchley A.T., Kraan S., Peters A., Sjøtun K., Notoya M.
(eds) Nineteenth International Seaweed by: A peptide from Porphyra yezoensis stimulates the proliferation of IEC-6 cells by activating the insulin-like growth factor I receptor signaling pathway. Lee MK(1), Kim IH(2), Choi YH(2), Nam TJ(1).
Author information: (1)Department of Food Science and Nutrition, Pukyong National University, Busan ‑, Republic of by: Other less successful attempts at cultivation were made using Pyropia yezoensis (Porphyra) in in the State of Maine (Chopin et al.
Later, ina Pyropia seedstock production manual. Porphyra dioica Brodie & L.M. Irvine. Common names: Purple Laver, Sloke (English), Sleabhchán, Sleabhac (Gaeil.) Description: Membranous, monostromatic, olive-green to brown-purple or blackish fronds, to mm long and mm wide, from short stipe and basal holdfast.
Habitat: On rock in interdidal, mainly on semi-exposed shores hanging downwards from rocks embedded in sand or. Introduction. The marine red algal genus Porphyra, commercially known as nori, exhibits a dimorphic life cycle with a conspicuous gametophytic blade and a microscopic, filamentous, shell-boring sporophyte called the conchocelis ing to Yoshida et al.
(), over species of Porphyra have been described worldwide. Since several Porphyra species are extensively cultivated in Cited by: This study centered on an innovative application of Porphyra yezoensis polysaccharide (PPS) with cationic modification as a safe and efficient nonviral gene vector to deliver a plasmid encoding human Wnt3a (pWnt3a) into human umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells (HUMSCs).Cited by: The red seaweed Porphyra ("nori") is the basis of a US$ billion per year industry in Asia, primarily for use as human food (sushi).
There is interest in establishing a nori industry in the U.S. based on native species of Porphyra. The taxonomy and ecophysiology of native Porphyra species is not well known. The goal of this study is to examine the taxonomy and ecophysiology of Porphyra.
In order to investigate a possibility to be a culture strain of the laver Porphyra yezoensis, the physiological and morphological characters were compared between three wild strains, S1, S2 and S3, collected from the Hokkaido waters and the culture strain, UThe following seven characters were examined: growth rate, blade length/width ratio, shape of thallus, optical coloration of thallus Cited by: 1.
Porphyra yezoensis. Edible red algae (Porphyra yezoensis) are commonly consumed in South East Asia and they contain few biologically functional components, dietary fibers, taurine, polyunsaturated fatty acids, carotenoids, and porphyra amino acids as well as essential minerals, vitamins, and proteins.
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Define porphyra yezoensis. porphyra yezoensis synonyms, porphyra yezoensis pronunciation, porphyra yezoensis translation, English dictionary definition of porphyra yezoensis. (nori, Porphyra yezoensis), yielding 40% of the total annual production in Japan in recent decades (Sasaki, Porphyra; porphyra yezoensis; Porphyraceous; Porphyre.
Taxonomy - Pyropia yezoensis (Susabi-nori) (Porphyra yezoensis) (SPECIES)))) Map to UniProtKB () Reviewed () Swiss-Prot. Unreviewed () TrEMBL. Format. Mnemonic i: PYRYE: Taxon identifier i: Scientific name i: Pyropia yezoensis: Taxonomy navigation.
Porphyra yezoensis Ueda is an intertidal marine red algae that has received increasing attention as a model organism owing to its important role in biological research and the agronomic industry. The two generations of Porphyra yezoensis, the sporophyte and the gametophyte, have the same genome but show great differences in many aspects, including structural features, habitat, and gene Cited by: 5.The objective of this research was to extract and prepare mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) and investigate the mechanism by which they act against UV-induced skin photoaging in Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) mice.
MAAs such as porphyra and shinorine were extracted from Porphyra yezoensis, separated, and purified using column chromatography with SA-2 cation exchange : Rui Ying, Zhaohui Zhang, Huiying Zhu, Bafang Li, Hu Hou.Currently, Algaebase  lists and 77 species for Porphyra and Pyropia, shown in Table 1, species found mainly in northeastern Asia and suitable for aquaculture have been used as the target organisms for research studies on the food production (raw and/or processed laver) and/or substances potentially beneficial to health (e.g., porphyran, taurine, vitamins, etc.).Cited by: 1.