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Jacob Long

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Abstract:The wild harvest and aquaculture of Ulva spp. has deserved growing attention in Europe. However, the impact of geographical origin on the biochemical composition of different species and/or strains is yet to be described in detail. Hence, the present study aimed to detect the variability of the lipidome of different species and/or strains of Ulva originating from different geographic locations. We hypothesized that lipidomic signatures can be used to trace the geographic origin post-harvesting of these valuable green seaweeds. Ulva spp. was sampled from eight distinct ecosystems along the Atlantic Iberian coast and Ulva rigida was sourced from an aquaculture farm operating a land-based integrated production site. Results showed significant differences in the lipidomic profile displayed by Ulva spp. originating from different locations, namely, due to different levels of polyunsaturated betaine lipids and galactolipids; saturated betaine lipids and sulfolipids; and some phospholipid species. Overall, a set of 25 site-specific molecular lipid species provide a unique lipidomic signature for authentication and geographic origin certification of Ulva species. Present findings highlight the potential of lipidome plasticity as a proxy to fight fraudulent practices, but also to ensure quality control and prospect biomass for target bioactive compounds.Keywords: Green seaweeds; macroalgae; traceability; lipids; plasticity


Here it is alleged that the department documents had been kept out of view for over two years. Department documents is by law required to be posted to a journal that the public can read, or at least get to know about. It is unclear to me how undisclosed stuff should be handled with regard to secrecy rules, if simply to be omitted in its entirely, or simply referenced in some limited way in the public and open system that provide online document files to the public.


I am not aware of norway having some kind of FOIA law. I would think that you have to go search and find stuff for yourself online, search tool provided by the government. I guess they simply solicited the departments and ministries directly.


I am not aware of norway having some kind of FOIA law. I would think that you have to go search and find stuff for yourself online, search tool provided by the government. I guess they simply solicited the departments and ministries directly.


A relative of mine loves Anthony Bourdain. We were watching a show of his in Russia where he interviewed Alexander Lebedev at his potato farm. Got to be a potato farmer, many times investigated, and life threatened by running the last newspaper critical of Putin. All the pressure, a sense of defeat, and worries for his children made him drop it. So, with this happening to Putin opponents, I tend to wonder about people like Pavel Durov or Yuri Milner whose businesses (including encryption) are booming without such things happening to them. Each one also tends to incidentally be awesome for an intelligence service known for long-term, patient espionage.


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