The Development of An Edible Kelp Culture Technology for British Columbia, II

The Development of An Edible Kelp Culture Technology for British Columbia, II

Second Annual Report

Microform - 1980
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Second annual report recording progress made in developing the biotechnology necessary for an edible kelp (kombu) industry. The life histories, seasonal changes in morphologies, and air-drying characteristics of the studied species are reported, along with a harvesting strategy for each species. Cloning methods resulting in a genetically uniform product are being developed, as well as a structure suitable for kombu farms. Physiological studies closely related to edible kelp research were initiated and are reported also.
Publisher: Victoria : Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Environment, Marine Resources Branch, 1980
Description: 43 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 90-05294

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