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Agar production and quality from Gracilaria sp. strain G—16: effects of environmental factors
Alternative production systems: marine crops
Anaerobic digestion and nutrient recyclingof small benthic or floating seaweeds
Biochemical strategies for growth of Gracilaria tikvahiae  (Rhodophyta) in relation to light intensity and nitrogen availability
Biomass production by marine and freshwater plants
Biomass production by some marine and freshwater plants
Changes in agar and other chemical constituents of the seaweed Gracilaria tikvahiae when used as a substrate in methane digesters
Chemical quality and production of agars extracted from Gracilaria tikvahiae grown indifferent nitrogen enrichment conditions
Civilization of Gracilaria and other macroalgae in Florida for energy production
Cultivation biology of Gracilaria tikvahiae in the United States
Cultivation of seaweeds forhydrocolloids, waste treatment and biomass for energy conversion.
Dessication tolerance of Gracilaria tikvahiae (Rhodophyta)
Effects of aeration period on the productivity and agar quality of Gracilaria sp.
Effects of marine algal proximate composition on methane yields
Effects of phosphate and nitrate supply on productivity, agar content and physical properties of agar of Gracilaria strain G-16S*
Effects of seawater exchange, pH and carbon supply on the growth of Gracilaria  tikvahiae (Rhodophyceae) in large-scale cultures
In memoriam Kimon T. Bird (1951-1996)
Interactions between light and temperature on the physiological ecology of Gracilaria tikvahiae (Gigartinales: Rhodophyta) I. Growth, photosynthesis and respiration
Land-based cultivation of seaweeds: an assessment of their potential yields for "energy farming."
Marine biomass research in Florida

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