Environmental Laboratory

Fishing for Toxins

Jul 19 2006

Author: Professor Allan Cembella & Alfred Wegener on behalf of Unassigned Independent Article

Free to read

This article has been unlocked and is ready to read.

Download

Researchers at the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany are applying advanced chemical and molecular biological technologies to answer ecological questions. They are analysing trace levels of natural bioactive substances in seawater and marine biotoxins produced by various phytoplankton (microalgae), bacteria and cyanobacteria (“bluegreen algae”), trying to understand how these bioactive metabolites are produced and sequestered and what effects they have on the ecosystem.

Free to read

This article has been unlocked and is ready to read.

Download


Digital Edition

IET 34.2 March 2024

April 2024

In This Edition Gas Detection - Biogas batch fermentation system for laboratory use with automatic gas analysis in real time Water/Wastewater - Upcycling sensors for sustainable nature...

View all digital editions

Events

Analytica Anacon India & IndiaLabExpo

Apr 15 2024 Mumbai, India

World Future Energy Summit

Apr 16 2024 Abu Dhabi, UAE

Analitika Expo 2024

Apr 16 2024 Moscow, Russia

Ecomondo Mexico

Apr 17 2024 Guadalajara, Nexico

IE Expo China 2024

Apr 18 2024 Shanghai, China

View all events