Topical Collection: Seaweeds of Commercial Interest
The Journal of Applied Phycology focuses on the rapidly expanding subject of the commercial use of algae. Covers algal and cyanobacterial biotechnology and genetic engineering, tissues culture, culture collections, commercially useful micro-algae and their products, mariculture, algalization and soil fertility, pollution and fouling, monitoring, toxicity tests, toxic compounds, antibiotics and other biologically active compounds.
- Welcomes fundamental research, development of techniques and practical applications
- The official journal of the International Society for Applied Phycology
This is a transformative journal, you may have access to funding.
Special Section: ULVA: TOMORROW’S “WHEAT OF THE SEA” (pp. 1967–2048); Regular Papers (pp. 2049–2569)
Seaweed, microalgae, and cyanobacteria researchers are all invited to submit to this Topical Collection. Read more.
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