Alginate-entrapped Haslea ostrearia as inoculum for the greening of oysters

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Abstract

Entrapment in calcium alginate beads of the marine diatom, Haslea ostrearia, was successfully used for stock-culture managment and afterwards the sowing of ponds for the greening of oysters. After storage during almost 2 months, viable and cultivable cells were recovered from beads by dissolving alginate matrix but an original way lies in directly introducing beads in ponds and promoting natural cell leakage.

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