Phytohormones are a class of signaling molecules that are produced intrinsically in plants. In higher plants, phytohormones are usually synthesized in one location and then transported to another location, exerting their physiological effects at extremely low concentrations. Although they are simple, small-molecule organic compounds, phytohormones regulate a wide variety of crucial and economically relevant processes in flowering Continue reading QIBEBT Researchers Advocate for Exploiting Power of Phytohormones in Microalgal Biotechnology
Clinical trials have demonstrated the anti-ageing properties of two seaweed extracts produced by Australian biotechnology company Marinova.
The trial results, published in Swiss journal Cosmetics, found that Continue reading Clinical trials confirm anti-ageing properties of Marinova seaweed extracts
EWOS says it has lots of ‘irons in the fire’ to recycle and upcycle nutrients to improve the environmental profile of farmed fish feed.
In the second instalment of our features Continue reading ‘We are investing NOK100 million ($13m) a year in R&D to make salmon feed more sustainable’
The practice of dredging barge-loads of silt, sand, and clay from the bottom of Lake Erie, Maumee Bay, and Maumee River shipping channels and dumping it elsewhere in the lake has been a target of environmentalists fordecades. Continue reading Water-quality law dredges up unrest