Encyclopedia of Marine Biology (12 Volume Set)

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Steffen Fischer (Editor)
Jonas Abend (Editor)

Series: Marine and Freshwater Biology

BISAC: SCI039000

This 12 volume encyclopedia contains 160 chapters covering a broad range of topics related to marine biology.

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Chapter 1. Functional Morphology in Sea Turtle Skulls
(Andrea Franco Moreno, Víctor Hugo Cruz Escalona, Juan M. Rguez-Baron, Monserrath González Ruiz and Catherine E. Hart – Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Instituto Politécnico Nacional. La Paz, Baja California Sur, México, et al.)

Chapter 2. Ecotoxicology of Sea Turtles
(Cinthia Carneiro da Silva and Ellie Anne López-Barrera – Instituto de Ciências Biológicas – ICB, Universidade, Federal do Rio Grande – FURG, Rio Grande, RS, Brasil, et al.)

Chapter 3. Sea Turtle Photo-Identification
(Jaime A. de Urioste, Maria Jose Bethencourt and Hector Sicilia – Fundación Neotropico. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain)

Chapter 4. Topological Tools for Evaluating the Structural Importance of Sea Turtles in Trophic Networks
(Andrés Felipe Navia, Paola Andrea Mejía-Falla, Víctor Hugo Cruz-Escalona and Juan M. Rguez-Baron – Fundación colombiana para la investigación y conservación de tiburones y rayas-SQUALUS-, Cali, Valle, Colombia, et al.)

Chapter 5. Research Techniques in the Study of Marine Turtle Strandings
(Gabriela M. Vélez-Rubio and Jesús Tomás – Instituto Cavanilles de Biodiversidad y Biología Evolutiva, Universidad de Valencia. Spain, et al.)

Chapter 6. Genetics and Conservation of Sea Turtles
(Ellie A. López-Barrera, Estefanie Cardinot Reis, Sibelle Torres Vilaça and Sara M. Vargas – Instituto de Estudios y Servicios Ambientales –IDEASA, Universidad Sergio Arboleda, Bogotá, Colombia, et al.)

Chapter 7. Practical Manual on Clinical Cytology and Hematology for Sea Turtle Conservation
(Ma. Mónica Lara Uc, Gustavo Hinojosa Arango, Francisco Aranda Cirerol, Juan Manuel López Vivas, Edwin Gutiérrez Ruiz, Stephanie Rousso, and Rafael Riosmena Rodriguez – Laboratorio de Oceanografía, Departamento Académico de Biología Marina, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, La Paz, BCS, México, et al.)

Chapter 8. Arachidonic Acid is a Major Fatty Acid in Gonads of Coral Reef Fishes and Improves Larval Survival of Rabbitfish Sigunus gutattus
(A. Suloma, D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay, H. Furuita and H. Y. Ogata – Animal Production Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, El-Gamaa St.,Giza, Egypt, et al.)

Chapter 9. Proteins Responsive to Variable Temperature Exposure in the Reef-Building Coral Seriatopora hystrix
(Anderson B. Mayfield, Yi-Jyun Chen, Chi-Yu Lu and Chii-Shiarng Chen – Living Oceans Foundation, Annapolis, MD, US, et al.)

Chapter 10. Arachidonic Acid Distribution in Seaweed, Seagrass, Invertebrates and Dugong in Coral Reef Areas
(A. Suloma, H. Fruita, D. R. Chavez, E. S. Garibay and H. Y. Ogata – Animal Production Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, El-Gamaa St., Giza, Egypt, et al.)

Chapter 11. Coral Skeletons as a Recorder of Metal Pollution: Environmental Monitoring in the Gulf of Thailand
(Shigeru Ohde, Kentaro Tanaka, Monthon Ganmanee and Cameron W. McLeod – Faculty of Science, University of the Ryukyus, Nishihara, Okinawa, Japan, et al.)

Chapter 12. The Ratio of Constitutive and Reparative Neurogenesis in the Pallium of Juvenile Masu Salmon (Oncorhynchus masou)
(E. V. Pushchina, E. I. Zharikova and A. A. Varaksin – National Scientific Center of Marine Biology, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia, et al.)

Chapter 13. Neural Stem Cells in the Cerebellum of Juvenile Masu Salmon (Oncorhynchus masou) after Mechanical Injury
(E. V. Pushchina, M. E. Stukaneva and A. A. Varaksin – National Scientific Center of Marine Biology, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russia, et al.)

Chapter 14. Catalase and Peroxidase in Black Sea Teleosts: Evolutionary, Systematical, and Physiological Peculiarities
(Irina I. Rudneva, Irina I. Chesnokova and Tatiana B. Kovyrshina – The A. O. Kovalevsky Institute of Marine Biological Research of RAS, Sevastopol, Russia)

Chapter 15. The Teleost Retina as a Model for Regenerative Medicine
(Guadalupe Álvarez-Hernán, Irene Sánchez-López, Ruth Bejarano-Escobar, Teresa Pavón-Muñoz, Joaquín Rodríguez-León, Gervasio Martín-Partido and Javier Francisco-Morcillo – Área de Biología Celular, Departamento de Anatomía, Biología Celular y Zoología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 16. Importance of Benthos in the Trophic Structure of the Ichthyofauna of Los Frailes Reef, Gulf of California, Mexico
(X. G. Moreno-Sánchez, D. S. Palacios-Salgado, L. A. Abitia-Cárdenas, O. Escobar-Sánchez, M. S. Irigoyen-Arredondo, Jorge S. Ramirez Perez and D. P. Ramírez-Lara – Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CICIMAR-IPN), Av. IPN s/n La Paz Baja California Sur, México, et al.)

Chapter 17. Marine Seaweeds of the Yucatan Peninsula: Diversity, Economic Importance and Conservation
(Catalina Mendoza-González, Luz Elena Mateo-Cid, Deisy Yazmín García-López, Julio A. Acosta-Calderón, Alessandry Vázquez-Rodríguez, C. Mariana Hernández-Casas and A. Gerardo A. Garduño-Acosta – Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas Departamento de Botánica, Santo Tomás, México)

Chapter 18. Benthic Assemblages in South American Intertidal Rocky Shores: Biodiversity, Services, and Threats
(Patricia Miloslavich, Juan José Cruz-Motta, Alejandra Hernández, César Herrera, Eduardo Klein, Francisco Barros, Gregorio Bigatti, Maritza Cárdenas, Alvar Carranza, Augusto Flores, Patricia Gil-Kodaka, Judith Gobin, Jorge Gutiérrez, Marcos Krull, Juan F. Lazarus, Edgardo Londoño, Tito Lotufo, Erasmo Macaya, Elba Mora, Sergio Navarrete, Gabriela Palomo, Mirtala Parragué, Franciane Pellizzari, Rosana Rocha, Leonardo Romero, Roberto Retamales, Roger Sepúlveda, Michelle C. Silva and Sabrina Soria – Universidad Simón Bolívar, Caracas, Venezuela, et al.)

Chapter 19. Evaluation of Biomass and Reproductive Aspects of Invasive Algae Acanthophora spicifera in Punta Roca Caimancito B.C.S Mexico
(Valerie Chantal Gabrielle Schnoller, Juan Manuel López Vivas, Rafael Riosmena Rodríguez and Jorge Manuel López Calderón – Programa de Investigacion en Botánica Marina, Departamento Académico de Biología Marina, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Sur, La Paz, México, et al.)

Chapter 20. Environmental Impacts on Marine Benthic Communities in an Industrialized Caribbean Island-Trinidad and Tobago
(Judith F. Gobin – Dept. of Life Sciences, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago)

Chapter 21. Prediction of Zostera Marina Shoot Growth, Leaf Production, Leaf Area and Shoot Weight using the Sheath Length
(Alf E. Meling-López, Silvia E. Ibarra-Obando, Horacio de la Cueva, Rafael Riosmena-Rodriguez, Pedro Ortega Romero and Adriana Leticia Navarro Verdugo – Departamento de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas de la Universidad de Sonora, Sonora, México, et al.)

Chapter 22. Distribution and Ecology of the Pacific Lobsterette Nephropsis Occidentalis Faxon, 1893 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Astacidea), on the Continental Slope Off Western Mexico
(Vanesa Papiol, Michel E. Hendrickx and David Serrano – Unidad Académica Mazatlán, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México et al.)

Chapter 23. Sea Turtles as Ecosystem Indicators: Situation in Mexico
(Maria Monica Lara Uc and Rafael Riosmena-Rodríguez – Programa de Investigación en Botánica Marina, Departamento de Biología Marina, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, México)

Chapter 24. Similarity in Mollusk Assemblages Associated with Conspicuous Habitat Formers in Northwest México
(María del Carmen Méndez Trejo and Rafael Riosmena Rodríguez – Programa de Investigación en Botánica Marina, Departamento Académico de Biología Marina, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Sur, La Paz, B. C. S. México)

Chapter 25. A Critique of the Environmental Impact Studies in México Based on two Study Cases
(Rafael Riosmena-Rodriguez and Rocío Marcín-Medina – Programa de Investigación en Botánica Marina, Departamento de Biología Marina, La Paz, México, et al.)

Chapter 26. The Key Role of the Species Hediste diversicolor (Polychaeta, Nereididae) in Estuarine Ecosystems
(Patrick G. Gillet, Mohammed Mouloud, and Catherine Mouneyrac – Department of Biology Environment, UCO University, Angers, France)

Chapter 27. Hox-Genes in the Ontogenesis of Polychaetes
(Milana A. Kulakova – Department of Embryology, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 28. Dynamics of the Stress Protein Content in the White Sea Mussel Mytilus edulis L in Course of Salinity Adaptation
(Yulia I. Podlipaeva and Andrew V. Goodkov – Institute of Cytology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia)

Chapter 29. Novel Fibrinogenolytic Metalloprotease from the Antarctic Scallop (Adamussium colbecki)
(Nataliia G. Raksha, Tetiana I. Halenova, Tetiana B. Vovk, Tetiana V. Ishchuk, Oleksii M. Savchuk and Lydmila I. Ostapchenko – Educational and Scientific Center “Institute of Biology and Medicine” Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine)

Chapter 30. Investigation of Marine Biotoxins and Human Toxicity
(Pierina Visciano and Maria Schirone – Faculty of Bioscience and Technology for Food,
Agriculture and Environment, University of Teramo, Teramo, Italy)

Chapter 31. Natural Products from Marine Sponges: Current Status and Future Potential for Novel Drugs
(Rima Beesoo, Vidushi S. Neergheen-Bhujun, Ranjeet Bhagooli and Theeshan Bahorun – Department of Biosciences and Ocean Studies, University of Mauritius, Réduit, Republic of Mauritius, et al.)

Chapter 32. Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) Foraging on Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys olivacea) Sea Turtle Eggs and Hatchlings
(Joanna Burger and Michael Gochfeld – Division of Life Sciences, Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey, US, et al.)

Chapter 33. Mitigation Strategies for the Reduction of Sea Turtle Bycatch in the Mediterranean Bottom Trawl Fisheries
(Alessandro Lucchetti, Jacopo Pulcinella, Valeria Angelini, Sauro Pari, Tommaso Russo, Stefano Cataudella and Massimo Virgili – National Research Council (CNR), Institute of Marine Sciences (ISMAR), Largo Fiera della Pesca, Ancona, Italy, et al.)

Chapter 34. Spatial-Temporal Distribution of Kemp’s Ridley Turtles (Lepidochelys kempi) and Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) Nests in a Beach of the North of Veracruz, Mexico
(Jorge E. Morales-Mávil, Laura Acela Contreras-Vega, Arturo Serrano, Jazmín Cobos-Silva and Leonel Zavaleta-Lizárraga – Laboratorio Biología de la Conducta, Instituto de Neuroetología, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico, et al.)

Chapter 35. Marine Turtles: Conservation Strategies and Future Research
(Ohiana Revuelta – Marine Zoology Unit, Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, Science Park, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain)

Chapter 36. Spirorchiidiosis and Other Forms of Parasitosis in Sea Turtles on the Coast of Brazil
(Max Rondon Werneck, Hassan Jerdy Leandro and Eulógio Carlos Queiroz Carvalho – BW Consultoria Veterinária, Ubatuba, São Paulo, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 37. Effect of Clays on Removal of Okadaic Acid from Seawater
(S. Lucía Blanco, Laura P. Rodríguez, José Luis Legido, Carmen P. Gómez, Juan M. Vieites and Ana G. Cabado – Food Safety Division- IDi.ANFACO-CECOPESCA, Carretera Colexio Universitario (Pontevedra), Spain, et al.)

Chapter 38. Helminth Diversity of Cetaceans: An Update
(Natalia Fraija-Fernández, Mercedes Fernández, Juan A. Raga and Francisco J. Aznar – Marine Zoology Unit, Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, Science Park, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain)

Chapter 39. Influenza Viruses as a Threat to Marine Mammals Populations
(Sasan Fereidouni – Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria)

Chapter 40. Ecological Interdependence in Marine Habitats: Bio-Economic Management of a Spanish Mixed Fishery
(M. Dolores Garza-Gil, Marcos I. Pérez-Pérez, Manuel M. Varela-Lafuente and Juan C. Surís-Regueiro – Department of Applied Economics, University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain)

Chapter 41. Marine Sponge Compounds with Anti-Inflammatory Activity in 2012–2016; and their Mechanism of Action
(Maushmi Kumar – SVKM’S NMIMS, Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy and Technology Management, Mumbai, India)

Chapter 42. Trophic Ecology of the Shortfin Mako Isurus oxyrinchus (Lamniformes: Lamnidae) in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
(Rosas-Luis Rigoberto, Pincay-Espinoza Jonathan E., Loor-Andrade Peggy and Carrera-Fernández Maribel – Departamento Central de Investigación, Universidad Laica “Eloy Alfaro” de Manabí, Ciudadela Universitaria vía San Mateo, Manta, Manabí, Ecuador)

Chapter 43. Biomarker response of Black Sea Scorpion Fish Scorpaena porcus to Anthropogenic Impact
(I. I. Rudneva, E. N. Skuratovskaya, I. I. Chesnokova, V. G. Shaida and T. B. Kovyrshina – Kovalevsky Institute of Marine Biological Research RAS, Sevastopol, Russia)

Chapter 44. Aquatic Invasive Species: Additional Steps Could Help Measure Federal Progress in Achieving Strategic Goals
(United States Government Accountability Office)

Chapter 45. Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force Strategic Plan (2013-2017)
(Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force)

Chapter 46. A New Late Triassic (Warepan; Middle to Late Norian) Orthoconic Nautiloid from New Zealand and New Caledonia
(J. A. Grant-Mackie – School of Environment, University of Auckland, New Zealand)

Chapter 47. Combined Effects of Ocean Acidification and Salinity on Foraging Behaviour of Intertidal Scavenging Gastropod Nassarius festivus
(H. Y. Zhang, P. K. S. Shin and S. G. Cheung – Department of Biology and Chemistry, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong, et al.)

Chapter 48. Oxidative Effects in Aquatic Organisms Exposed to Lipophilic Marine Biotoxins
(Carlos García, Javiera Oyaneder-Terrazas and Hector R. Contreras – Laboratory of Marine Toxins, Physiology and Biophysics Program, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile, et al.)

Chapter 49. The Jumbo Flying Squid (Dosidicus gigas) off of Costa Rica
(Bi Lin Liu, Xin Jun Chen, Jian Hua Li, Yi Gong and Jing Yuan Lin – College of Marine Sciences, Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai, China)

Chapter 50. Spatial Distribution and Species Composition of Zooplankton in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean Waters off Costa Rica
(Bi Lin Liu, Jing Yuan Lin, Xin Jun Chen, Tao Jia and Gang Li – College of Marine Sciences, Shanghai Ocean University, Shanghai, China)

Chapter 51. Turbot Aquaculture in Spain: An Overview
(Marcos I. Pérez-Pérez, M. Dolores Garza-Gil and Manuel Varela-Lafuente – Department of Applied Economics, University of Vigo, Vigo, Spain)

Chapter 52. The Gregarious Behavior of Marine Fish and Their Relation to Fishing
(Uriel Rubio-Rodríguez, Jessica A. Navarro-González and M. Itzigueri Burgos-Vázquez – Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, La Paz, Baja California Sur, México, et al.)

Chapter 53. The Interaction of Aquatic Organisms (Mytilus Sp.) with Harmful Algal Blooms: Composition, Distribution and Metabolism of Lipophilic Marine Biotoxins in the Austral Pacific Fjords
(Carlos García, Javiera Oyaneder-Terrazas, Diego Figueroa, Carolina Díaz, Romina Mora and Héctor R.
Contreras – Laboratory of Marine Toxins, Physiology and Biophysics Program, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile, et al.)

Chapter 54. The Effect of the Nitrogen-Source Modification and the Addition of CO2 on the Growth and Composition of Lipids in Nannochlorospis Sp.
(Alfredo de Jesús Martínez–Roldán and Rosa Olivia Cañizares–Villanueva – CONACYT-Tecnológico Nacional de México /Instituto Tecnológico de Durango, Dirección de Posgrado e Investigación. Maestría en Sistemas Ambientales, Durango, Dgo., México, et al.)

Chapter 55. Potential of Nannochloropsis in Beta Glucan Production
(Angel H. Rojo-Cebreros, Leonardo Ibarra-Castro, Juan M. Martínez-Brown, Gabriela Velasco-Blanco, Miguel A. Martínez-Téllez, María A. Medina-Jasso, Mario Nieves-Soto and Delia Quintana-Zavala – Laboratorio de Reproducción y Planta Piloto de Peces Marinos, Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo, A.C. Avenida Sábalo-Cerritos s/n, Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México, et al.)

Chapter 56. Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) Assisted Protein Extraction from Nannochloropsis
(Mathilde Coustets and Justin Teissié – Institut de Pharmacologie et de Biologie Structurale, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS, France)

Chapter 57. Recent Advances in the Utilization of Nannochloropsis Biomass for Commodity Chemicals, Feeds, High Value Products, Biofuels, Cosmetics, Fertilizers, and Materials Production
(Dang-Thuan Tran, Thi Cam Van Do, Quang Trung Nguyen, Truong Giang Le, Quang Tung Nguyen and Van Tuyen Nguyen – Institute of Chemistry, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam, et al.)

Chapter 58. Genetic Improvement of Microalgae Nannochloropsis Species
(Chen-Han Shih and Huai-Jen Tsai – Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA, et al.)

Chapter 59. Nannochloropsis Oculata and Integrated Biorefinery Based on Palm Oil Milling
(Syed Muhammad Usman Shah and Mohd Azmuddin Abdullah, et al.)

Chapter 60. Trends in Copepod Studies
(Marco Uttieri – Department of Integrative Marine Ecology, Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Naples, Italy, et al.)

Chapter 61. Using the Continuous Plankton Recorder to Study the Distribution and Ecology of Marine Pelagic Copepods
(Marianne Wootton, Astrid C. Fischer, Clare Ostle, Jennifer Skinner, Darren P. Stevens and David G. Johns – Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS), The Laboratory, Citadel Hill, Plymouth, United Kingdom)

Chapter 62. Global Distribution of Tropical and Subtropical Copepods
(Mª Luz Fernández de Puelles, Magdalena Gazá, Mar Santandreu and Santiago Hernández-León – Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO), Baleares Laboratory, Muelle de Poniente s/n, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 63. Biogeographical Distribution and Ecology of the Planktonic Copepod Oithona davisae: Rapid Invasion in Lakes Faro and Ganzirri (Central Mediterranean Sea)
(Giacomo Zagami, Cinzia Brugnano, Antonia Granata, Letterio Guglielmo, Roberta Minutoli and Alessia Aloise – Department of Chemical, Biological, Pharmaceutical and Environmental Sciences, Messina University, Messina, Italy)

Chapter 64. Impact of the Invasive Species Acartia tonsa on the Distribution of Autochthonous Acartiidae Species in Estuaries of the Bay of Biscay
(Fernando Villate, Ibon Uriarte and Arantza Iriarte – Department of Plant Biology and Ecology, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Leioa, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 65. Can Changes in the Distribution of Two Congeneric Copepods (Acartia clausi vs. Acartia tonsa) Constitute a Sign of Recovery for the Anthropized Berre Lagoon (France, Mediterranean Sea)?
(Floriane Delpy and Marc Pagano – PROTEE, Toulon University, La Garde, France, et al.)

Chapter 66. The Impact of Conspicuous Environmental Changes on the Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Acartia Tonsa and Acartia Clausi: A Decadal Study in a Temperate Estuary (Mondego, Portugal)
(Sónia C. Marques, Ana L. Primo, Joana Falcão, Filipe Martinho, Susana Mendes, Ulisses M. Azeiteiro and Miguel A. Pardal – IPMA – Portuguese Sea and Atmosphere Institute, Lisbon, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 67. Temperature, Salinity and Oxygen Concentration in Life Cycle Traits of the Black Sea Copepods
(Leonid Svetlichny, Elena Hubareva and Melek Isinibilir – Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine, et al.)

Chapter 68. The Biology of Myelin in Calanoid Copepods
(Petra H. Lenz and Daniel K. Hartline – Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology, Pacific Biosciences Research Center, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, US)

Chapter 69. Evasion from Predation: Understanding Copepod Escape Behavior in Relation to Predator Capture Strategies
(Brad J. Gemmell and Edward J. Buskey – Marine Science Institute, University of Texas at Austin, Port Aransas TX, US, et al.)

Chapter 70. Chemosensation and a Potential Neuronal Mechanism of Ratio Detection in a Copepod
(William Langhoff, Peter Hinow, J. Rudi Strickler and Jeannette Yen – Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, USA, et al.)

Chapter 71. Planktonic Calanoids Embark into the “Omics Era”
(Alberto Amato and Ylenia Carotenuto – Laboratoire de Physiologie Cellulaire et Végétale, Université de Grenoble Alpes, Institut de Recherche en Science et Technologies pour le Vivant, Grenoble, France, et al.)

Chapter 72. Macroalgae for Functional Feed Development: Applications in Aquaculture, Ruminant and Swine Feed Industries
(Marta Miranda, Marta Lopez-Alonso and Marco Garcia-Vaquero – Department of Anatomy, Animal Production and Clinical Veterinary Sciences, Veterinary Faculty, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Lugo, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 73. Environmental Impacts of Seaweed Co-Culture on Coastal Fisheries
(Joong Kyun Kim, Chang Hoon Kim, Hyun Yi Jung1 and Ja Young Cho – Department of Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Pukyong National University, Busan, Korea, et al.)

Chapter 74. Sustainable Production of Seaweed in Malaysia: A Review of Policies and Future Prospects
(Velan Kunjuraman and Rosazman Hussin – Ethnography and Development Research Unit, Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Heritage, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia)

Chapter 75. The Identification of Macroalgae and the Assessment of Interitidal Rocky Shores’ Ecological Statuses in the Central Western Coast of Continental Portugal
(Ana Lucinda Lima, Rui Gaspar, João M. Neto and Leonel Pereira – MARE (Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre), Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal, et al.)

Chapter 76. Potential Applications of Ulva rigida for Biofuel and Biochemical Production
(Indra Neel Pulidindi, Leor Korzen, Betina Tabah, Amudhavalli Victor, Alvaro Israel, Avigdor Abelson, and Aharon Gedanken – Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, et al.)

Chapter 77. Aluminium Impact on the Growth of Benthic Diatom
(L. Leleyter, F. Baraud, O. Gil, S. Gouali, M. Lemoine and F. Orvain – Université de Caen Basse-Normandie – Unité de Recherche Aliments Bioprocédés Toxicologie Environnements, Caen cedex, France, et al.)

Chapter 78. Evaluation of Micro-Fabric Network within Marine Sediments Based on a Rock Magnetic Technique
(Yasuto Itoh, Osamu Takano and Machiko Tamaki – Graduate School of Science, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, Osaka, Japan, et al.)

Chapter 79. Actinobacteria from Marine Sediments: Diversity and Secondary Metabolites
(Khomsan Supong and Somboon Tanasupawat – Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand)

Chapter 80. Bibliography

Chapter 81. Overview of Seaweed By-Products
(María D. Torres and Herminia Domínguez – Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Vigo (Campus Ourense), Edificio Politécnico, As Lagoas, 32004 Ourense, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 82. Algae and Microalgae Biorefinery
(Rocío Gallego, Mónica Bueno and Jose A. Mendiola – Foodomics Laboratory, Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL-CSIC), Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 83. Potential Uses of Seaweed By-Products in High-Value Products and Materials
(Jesús R. Rodríguez-Núñez, Elizabeth Ortíz-Vazquez and Tomás J. Madera-Santana – Universidad de Guanajuato, Colonia La Suiza, Celaya, Gto. México, et al.)

Chapter 84. Color Stability and Pigment Contents of Powdered Laver (Pyropia yezoensis)
(Yoshiyuki Watanabe, Masakazu Ikeda, Atsushi Seno, Yu Murabayashi and Masato Nomura – Department of Biotechnology and Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Kindai University, Takaya, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan)

Chapter 85. Understanding the Interactions of Sargassum muticum with Metals as a Starting Point for the Valorisation of Invasive Seaweed Species
(Pablo Lodeiro and Manuel E. Sastre de Vicente – Chemical Oceanography, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Kiel, Germany)

Chapter 86. New Insights into Seaweeds on Nutrition and Functionality
(Antonio Jiménez-Escrig – Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Madrid, Spain)

Chapter 87. Microalgae Biomass as a Food Ingredient to Design Added Value Products
(Anabela Raymundo, Maria Cristiana Nunes and Isabel Sousa – LEAF – Linking Landscape Environment Agriculture and Food Research Centre, Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal)

Chapter 88. Seaweed By-Products for Food and Bioremediation
(Ali Skalli, Akodad Mustapha, Abdelmajid Moumen, Mourad Baghour – Laboratoire Observatoire de la Lagune Marchica de Nador et Région Limitrophes (OLMAN-RL), Faculté Pluridisciplinaire de Nador, Université Mohammed Premier, Séloune, Nador, Morocco)

Chapter 89. Ethanol and Macro Algae: Where to Next?
(Stefan Kraan – The Seaweed Company Blue Turtle Ltd)

Chapter 90. The Brook Lamprey (Lampetra planeri) and Ukrainian Lamprey (Eudontomyzon mariae) in the Czech Republic: General Biology, Ecology, Distribution and Status with Recommendation for Conservation
(Lubomír Hanel, Yury V. Dyldin and Jan Andreska – Faculty of Education, Department of Biology and Environmental Education, Charles University of Prague, Czech Republic)

Chapter 91. Lamprey Blood Clotting: A 60-Year Journey from Field Work to Genomics
(Russell F. Doolittle – Departments of Molecular Biology and Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, US)

Chapter 92. Morphometric and Meristic Variability in Lampreys of the Genus Lethenteron (Petromyzontida: Petromyzontiformes) in Sakhalin Island Rivers
(Yury V. Dyldin, Lubomír Hanel, Jan Plesník, Alexei M. Orlov, Vitaliy V. Nikitin and Sergei N. Safronov – Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia, et al.)

Chapter 93. Biology of Common Carp in Natural and Farmed Habitats from a Global Perspective
(M. M. Rahman and S. R. Balcombe – Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Science, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia, et al.)

Chapter 94. Assessing the Effectiveness of Controlled Reproduction of the Common Carp from 16 Breeding Lines
(Elżbieta Brzuska – Institute of Ichthyobiology and Aquaculture in Gołysz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Zaborze, Poland)

Chapter 95. Utilisation of Natural Food Resources by Carp in Fish Ponds
(Kevin Roche, Zdeněk Adámek and Pavel Jurajda – Institute of Vertebrate Biology of the Czech Academy of Sciences v.v.i., Brno, Czech Republic, et al.)

Chapter 96. Zooplankton Ecology in Common Carp Ponds
(Z. Dulić, Z. Adámek, D. Hlaváč and M. Anton-Pardo – University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade, Serbia, et al.)

Chapter 97. Heavy Metals and Microelements Content in Common Carp
(Snežana Štrbac – Faculty of Environmental Protection, Educons University, Sremska Kamenica, Serbia)

Chapter 98. Factors Affecting the Meat Quality of Common Carp
(D. Ljubojević – Scientific Veterinary Institute “Novi Sad,” Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia)

Chapter 99. Diseases of Common Carp and Their Control Measures
(M. M. Rahman, M. Nur-Nazifah and S. R. Balcombe – Department of Marine Science, Faculty of Science, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia, et al.)

Chapter 100. Blooms Caused by the Diatom Cylindrotheca Closterium along the Northern Coast of Yucatan, Southeastern Gulf of Mexico (2001–2014)
(Fany del C. Merino-Virgilio, Yuri B. Okolodkov, Ana C. Aguilar-Trujillo, Iliana Osorio-Moreno, Luc Ector and Jorge A. Herrera-Silveira – Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados, Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CINVESTAV-IPN), Mérida, Yucatán, México, et al.)

Chapter 101. Phytoplankton Chlorophyll-a Concentration Associated with Hydrographic Conditions on the Continental Shelf in the Southern Gulf of Mexico
(Sergio Licea, Ruth Luna, Yuri B. Okolodkov, Roberto Cortés-Altamirano, Artemio Gallegos, Ismael Mariño-Tapia4 and Cecilia Enríquez – Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México, D. F., México, et al.)

Chapter 102. Molecular Identification of Thunnus Species
(Mei-Chen Tseng – Department of Aquaculture, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Pingtung, Taiwan, ROC)

Chapter 103. Marine Bacteria with Strong Survivability toward Tributyltin
(Haruo Mimura – Graduate School of Maritime Sciences, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan)

Chapter 104. The Strait of Hormuz: Characteristics, Challenges and Opportunities in the Northern Coastline
(Moslem Daliri, Morteza Salahi and Abolfazl Naji – Fisheries Department, Faculty of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences and Technologies, University of Hormozgan, Bandar-Abbas, Iran)

Chapter 105. Macroalgal Polyphenols: Isolation, Characterization and Bioactivity
(Ana-Marija Cikoš, Igor Jerković and Stela Jokić – University of Josip Juraj Strossmayer in Osijek, Faculty of Food Technology Osijek, Osijek, Croatia)

Chapter 106. The Identification, Characteristic Feature and Role of Burrow (Neoichnological) Structure in Bioturbation Activities of Ocypodoid and Grapsoid Crabs of Pakistan
(Noor Us Saher, Asmat Saleem Siddiqui, Sahir Odhano, Uroj Aziz, Muhammed Asif Gondal and Naureen Aziz Qureshi – Centre of Excellence in Marine Biology, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan, et al.)

Chapter 107. Estimating Intrinsic Optimum Temperatures and Lower and Upper Thermal Thresholds for the Development of American Lobster Larvae Using a Thermodynamic Model
(Brady K. Quinn – Department of Biological Sciences, University of New Brunswick, Saint John, NB, Canada)

Chapter 108. The Cryptic Homarus gammarus (L., 1758) Juveniles: A Comparative Approach to the Mystery of Their Whereabouts
(Gro I. van der Meeren and Astrid K. Woll – Institute of Marine Research, NO-5817 Bergen, Norway, et al.)

Chapter 109. Biologic and Socioeconomic Harvesting Strategies for the Caribbean Spiny Lobster Fisheries
(Ernesto A. Chávez – Centro Interdisciplinario de Ciencias Marinas, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, La Paz, B.C.S., México)

Chapter 110. Marine Debris: Interagency Committee Members Are Taking Action, but Additional Steps Could Enhance the Federal Response
(United States Government Accountability Office)

Chapter 111. The Effects of Marine Debris on Beach Recreation and Regional Economies in Four Coastal Communities: A Regional Pilot Study
(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Marine Debris Division)

Chapter 112. Great Lakes: Land-based Marine Debris Action Plan
(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)

Chapter 113. Statement of Anne Kinsinger, Associate Director for Ecosystems

Chapter 114. Statement of Stephen Guertin, Deputy Director U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior

Chapter 115. Testimony of Christy Leavitt Campaign Director, Oceana

Chapter 116. Written Testimony of Linsey E. Haram, Research Ecologist, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
(Linsey E. Haram)

Chapter 117. Written Testimony of Dr. Chelsea Rochman, House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Hearing on Ecosystem Impacts of Marine Debris/Ocean Plastic Pollution
(Chelsea Rochman)

Chapter 118. Mussels as Sentinel Organisms in Metal and Metalloid Contamination Scenarios: Environmental and Public Health Risk Bioindicators
(Rachel Ann Hauser-Davis and Raquel Teixeira Lavradas – Centro de Estudos da Saúde do Trabalhador e Ecologia Humana, Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Manguinhos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 119. Mussel Shells’ Thermal Valorisation and Odour Emissions
(Pastora M. Bello Bugallo, Adriana García Rellán, Carmen Barros Frieiro and Laura Cristóbal Andrade – Department of Chemical Engineering, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

Chapter 120. Determination of Emerging Metal Pollutants and Toxic Metals in Mussels and Bivalve Molluscs, Very Important Food and Environmental Bio-Monitoring Species
(Clinio Locatelli, Dora Melucci, Francesco de Laurentiis and Alessandro Zappi – Department of Chemistry “Giacomo Ciamician,” University of Bologna, Italy)

Chapter 121. Hemocytes of the Ribbed Mussel Aulacomya atra atra from Nuevo Gulf (Chubut) as Biomarkers of Oxidative Stress
(Gabriela Malanga, Erica Giarratano, Silvia Lores-Arnaiz, Susana Puntarulo and Juanita Bustamante – Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Farmacia y Bioquímica, Fisicoquímica, Buenos Aires, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 122. Biomarker Responses in Bivalves Affected by Environmental Stressors Associated with the Global Climate Change
(Paula Mariela González, Joaquin Cabrera and Gabriela Malanga – Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Farmacia y Bioquímica, Fisicoquímica, Buenos Aires, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 123. The Effects of Ascorbic Acid on Lipid Oxidation during the Processing of Mytilus edulis chilensis in the Beagle Channel (Tierra del Fuego)
(Marcelo Hernando and Gabriela Malanga – Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica, Departamento de Radiobiología, Buenos Aires, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 124. A Sea of Problems: Impacts of Plastic Pollution on Oceans and Wildlife

Chapter 125. Cleaning Up the Oceans: How to Reduce the Impact of Man-Made Trash on the Environment, Wildlife, and Human Health

Chapter 126. Marine Environment and Contaminations of Radiocesium and Organohalogens in Cetaceans and Pacific Cod Inhabiting the Coastal Waters around Hokkaido, Northern Japan
(Tetsuya Endo, Takashi Matsuishi, Yukiko Fujii and Koichi Haraguchi – School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, Ishikari-Tobetsu, Hokkaido, Japan, et al.)

Chapter 127. Comparative Study of Histopathological and Biochemical Biomarkers of Two Black Sea Marine Fish Species, Belonging to Different Ecological Groups
(Irina I. Rudneva, Maria P. Rudyk, Victoria V. Shepelevich, Larisa М. Skivka, Natalia N. Roslova and Valentin G. Shaida – A.O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas of RAS Nahimov av., Sevastopol, Russia, et al.)

Chapter 128. Design of IoT-Cloud Marine Knowledge System Based on Open Source
(Sun Park, Teck Chaw Ling, Byung Rea Cha and Jong Won Kim – Artificial Intelligence Graduate School, GIST, Gwangju, South Korea, et al.)

Chapter 129. Methods of Determination of Micropollutants in Different Marine Matrices
(Mouna Necibi, Amani Atayat and Nadia Mzoughi – Sciences and Environmental Techonologies Laboratory, High Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technologies of Borj Cedria, University of Carthage, Hammam Lif, Tunisia, et al.)

Chapter 130. Organochlorine Pesticides (OCPs) in Coastal Marine Environments: Levels, Fate, Behavior, and Effects on Biota
(Lautaro Girones, Pilar Palacios, Ana Laura Oliva, Jorge Eduardo Marcovecchio and Andrés Hugo Arias – Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía (CONICET/UNS), Bahía Blanca, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 131. Atmospheric POPs Threat the Marine Environments
(Melina M. Orazi, Tatiana Recabarren-Villalón, Jorge E. Marcovecchio and Andrés H. Arias – Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía (IADO – CONICET/UNS), Bahía Blanca, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 132. Microplastics Pollution: From Continental Sources to Marine Systems
(María B. Alfonso, Ana C. Ronda, María C. Piccolo and Andrés H. Arias – Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía (CONICET/UNS), Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 133. Bioindicators of Pollution in Marine Environments
(Tatiana Recabarren-Villalón, Ana C. Ronda, Melina Orazi and Andrés H. Arias – Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía (CONICET/UNS), Bahía Blanca, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 134. Occurrence, Behavior and Ecotoxicity of Organophosphorus Pesticides (OPPs) in Marine Environments: A Review
(Pilar Palacios, Lautaro Girones, Cristian A. Vitale and Andrés H. Arias – Instituto Argentino de Oceanografía (IADO-CONICET-UNS), Bahía Blanca, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 135. Removal of Emerging Organic Pollutants from Seawater Using Photoactivated Persulfate
(Slimane Merouani, Oualid Hamdaoui, Hafida Bendjama and Mohammed Bouhelassa – Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Process Engineering, University Salah Boubnider Constantine 3, Constantine, Algeria, et al.)

Chapter 136. Diversity and Classification of Dinoflagellates
(Fernando Gómez – Puerto de Santa María, Spain)

Chapter 137. Photosynthetic Pigments in Dinoflagellates
(Francisco Rodríguez, José L. Garrido and Carole A. Llewellyn – Mareas Rojas y Fitoplancton Tóxico, Instituto Español de Oceanografía (IEO), Vigo, Spain, et al.)

Chapter 138. Species Assemblies and Seasonal Succession of Dinoflagellates
(Karin Rengefors – Department of Biology, Lund University, Lund, Sweden)

Chapter 139. Culture and Growth of Dinoflagellates
(D. V. Subba Rao, Ravi V. Durvasula, Adinarayana Kunamneni and Chava V. Nageswara Rao – Department of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, Chicago, IL, US, et al.)

Chapter 140. Growth and Feeding Behaviour of Mixotrophic Dinophysis Species in Laboratory Cultures
(Satoshi Nagai, Sirje Sildever, Toshiyuki Suzuki, Goh Nishitani, Leila Basti and Takashi Kamiyama – National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan, et al.)

Chapter 141. Carbon Assimilation: Dinoflagellates
(D. V. Subba Rao, Ravi V. Durvasula and Adinarayana Kunamneni – Department of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, Chicago, IL, US)

Chapter 142. Mixotrophy in Dinoflagellates: Prey Selection, Physiology and Ecological Importance
(Per Juel Hansen and Urban Tillmann – Marine Biological Section, University of Copenhagen, Helsingør, Denmark, et al.)

Chapter 143. Ecophysiology and Bloom Dynamics of Karenia with Emphasis on Karenia Brevis in Florida Waters
(Villac, M. C., Hoeglund, A., Tilney, C., Garrett, M., Lopez, C., Hubbard, K. A. and Steidinger, K. A. – Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission, Fish & Wildlife Research Institute, Saint Petersburg, Florida, US)

Chapter 144. Pfiesteria: A Common Estuarine Dinoflagellate with a Colorful Past
(Kimberly S. Reece, R. Wayne Litaker, Allen R. Place and Wolfgang K. Vogelbein – Aquatic Health Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, William & Mary, Gloucester Point, VA, US, et al.)

Chapter 145. Karlodinium veneficum: Still Blooming and Toxic Sixty-Two Years Later
(Jason E. Adolf, Matthew W. Parrow and Allen R. Place – Biology Department, Marine and Environmental Biology and Policy Program, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ, US, et al.)

Chapter 146. Ciguatera-Causing Dinoflagellates in the Genera Gambierdiscus and Fukuyoa: Distribution, Ecophysiology and Toxicology
(Mireille Chinain, Clémence M. Gatti, Mélanie Roué and H. Taiana Darius – Institut Louis Malardé (ILM), Laboratoire De Recherche Sur Les Biotoxines Marines, Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia, et al.)

Chapter 147. Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning
(Toshiyuki Suzuki – National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Fukuura, Kanazawa, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan)

Chapter 148. The Toxic Marine Thecate Dinoflagellate Pyrodinium Bahamense
(Po Teen Lim, Aletta T. Yñiguez and Chui Pin Leaw – Bachok Marine Research Station, Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences, University of Malaya, Bachok, Kelantan, Malaysia, et al.)

Chapter 149. Ecology and Range Expansion of Noctiluca Scintillans in the Global Oceans
(Helga do Rosario Gomes, Joaquim I. Goes, Khalid Al-Hashimi and Lubna Al-Kharusi – Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, Palisades, New York, US, et al.)

Chapter 150. Putting It All Together: The Arabian Gulf Dinoflagellates
(D. V. Subba Rao and Ravi V. Durvasula – Department of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, 2160 S First Ave, Maywood, Chicago, IL, US)

Chapter 151. Dinoflagellates and Global Environmental Change
(Gustaaf Hallegraeff – Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 152. Evolution of Dinoflagellate Genomics and Gene Expression of Toxins
(Adinarayana Kunamneni, Subba Rao D. V. and Ravi Durvasula – Department of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, US)

Chapter 153. Impacts and Management of Dinoflagellate Harmful Blooms
(Elisa Berdalet – Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM, CSIC), Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)

Chapter 154. Mitigation of the Effects of Harmful Algal Blooms Originated by Dinoflagellates
(Juan Blanco – Centro de Investigacións Mariñas, Consellería do Mar, Xunta de Galicia, Vilanova de Arousa, Spain)

Chapter 155. U.S. Offshore Aquaculture Regulation and Development
(Harold F. Upton)

Chapter 156. An Approach to Determining Economic Impacts of U.S. Aquaculture
(Doug Lipton, Matt Parker, John DuBerg and Michael Rubino)

Chapter 157. Saltonstall-Kennedy Act: Background and Issues
(Harold F. Upton)

Chapter 158. American Fisheries Advisory Committee Act

Chapter 159. Fishery Disaster Assistance (Updated)
(Harold F. Upton)

Chapter 160. Mixed-Use Fisheries: South Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico Councils Would Benefit from Documented Processes for Allocation Reviews
(United States Government Accountability Office)

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