Essays about: "Saccharina latissima"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 10 essays containing the words Saccharina latissima.

  1. 1. Seaweed with several benefits A qualitative study about companies’ interest in an environmental project of seaweed cultivations and important factors to consider when formulating a sustainable value proposition of the concept.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Kajsa Eriksson; Lovisa Rogbring; [2021-06-30]
    Keywords : Environmental project; Seaweed cultivation; Kelp; Saccharina latissima; Climate change mitigation; Carbon offsetting; Eutrophication mitigation.;

    Abstract : Climate change calls for urgent responsibility, not at least from companies, and limitingactivities is vital to not suppress Earth's systems. Carbon offsetting is a short-term solutionused by companies to lower its environmental impact, but new innovations are needed.Multiple researchers have stated several environmental benefits with seaweed, e.g. READ MORE

  2. 2. Feeding brown algae and brown algae extracts from Saccharina Latissima to Broiler breeders : effects on transfer of antibodies and nutrients from hen to egg

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Animal Nutrition and Management

    Author : Stina Kling; [2021]
    Keywords : broiler; broiler breeder; brown algae; Saccharina Latissima; laminarin; prebiotic; transfer; antibodies; nutrients; iodine; chicken; egg quality;

    Abstract : Brown algae and extracts of algae have been proved to have prebiotic effects. Seaweeds grow very fast and underwater. This is good from a sustainable point of view since algae do not need fertilizers, freshwater or agricultural land for growth. Brown algae is rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals, and has an especially high content of iodine. READ MORE

  3. 3. Possibilities of three Swedish wild grown macroalgae : a study of three wild grown macroalgae in Swedish water,Saccharina latissima, Ulva lactuca and Palmaria palmata, andthe potential of uses in aspect of nutrition

    University essay from SLU/Department of Molecular Sciences

    Author : Lisa Andersson; [2021]
    Keywords : Macroalgae; Ulva lactuca; Saccharina latissima; Palmaria palmata;

    Abstract : Macroalgae are an important energy source in several parts of the world and the popularity of algae has increased because of the specific properties. Due to the good gelling properties of macroalgae, algae derived products such as alginates can be used as additives commonly used as stabilizers in several food items. READ MORE

  4. 4. Seaweed as a future food : a nutritional perspective with focus on seaweed aquaculture in Scandinavia

    University essay from SLU/Department of Molecular Sciences

    Author : Robin Lukic; [2021]
    Keywords : Edible seaweed; sugar kelp; Scandinavian seaweed aquaculture; nutrients; toxic metals; food processing; food safety regulation; IMTA;

    Abstract : Edible seaweeds or macroalgae have been a staple food for many centuries in parts of East Asia and have recently started to gain attraction in Europe. Seaweed aquaculture is a well-established food production system in many East Asian countries but has only recently started in Scandinavia. READ MORE

  5. 5. The feasibility of using macroalgae from anaerobic digestion as fertilizer in Grenada : A literature study of the potential use of residue as fertilizer in Grenada, and a complementary laboratory study to evaluate the biogas potential

    University essay from KTH/Hållbar utveckling, miljövetenskap och teknik; KTH/Hållbar utveckling, miljövetenskap och teknik

    Author : Anna Sterley; Daniel Thörnkvist; [2020]
    Keywords : Methane; Carbon dioxide; Heavy metals; Sodium hydroxide; Normal cubic meter; Renewable energy; Saccharina latissima; Small Island Developing States; Total solids; Volatile substance; Wet weight; Biokemisk metanpotential; Metan; Koldioxid; Tungmetaller; Natriumhydroxid; Normalkubikmeter; Förnybar energi; Saccharina latissima; Small Island Developing States; Torrsubstans; Organiskt material; Våtvikt;

    Abstract : Coastal areas in Grenada and the Caribbean are experiencing an abundance of stranded macroalgae. Climate change and eutrophication are probable causes of this inconvenience. This leads to logistic and economic dilemmas for the Caribbean societies. READ MORE