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Reports


Reports (M.Sc., Engineer, Bachelor, individual study reports, conference posters) from MarBioShell

Nguyen T. T., van Deurs M. A., Ravn-Jonsen, L., Roth, E. (2013). Assessment of financial feasibility of farming blue mussel in the Great Belt by the ‘Smart Farm System’. Department of Environmental and Business Economics (IME), University of Southern Denmark, IME Report 15/13 pp.45.

Pleissner D (2012). PhD thesis. Bio-production and bio-energetics: bioreactorproduction of microalgae and growth of filterfeeding bivalves. (Available for MarBioShell collaborators via the login page).

Midway-report (pdf) for the MarBioShell-project (2008-2012), approved 4 March 2011 by the Program Committee, Danish Council for Strategic Research.

Pleissner D, Wimmer R, Eriksen NT (2011). Derivatization of amino acids to corresponding alpha-hydroxy acids and their analysis in fermentation broths. Poster sesion presented at Synthetic Biology and Cell Factories, Vejle, Denmark.

Pleissner D, Lundgreen K, Bøttiger L, Riisgård HU (2011). Potential for line-mussel production in the Great Belt (Denmark). Poster presented at the West European Fish Technologists Association meeting, Gothenburg, Sweden.

Charles Gouillard, Théo Bruey, Melissa Mihoub, Diane Koch (2011). Algal Production and Aquaculture (Individual study activity, July-August 2011).

Ignacio Villaroya Marzo (2011). Continuous production of Rhodomonas salina and bioenergetic studies of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) with emphasis on fatty acids composition. Bachelor project from Institute for Chemistry, Bio & Environmental Technology, Technical Faculty, University of Southern Denmark.

Line Bøttiger (2011). Growth of blue mussels, Mytilus edulis, and effects of salinity. (M.Sc. thesis). Institute of Biology, University of Southern Denmark.

Pleissner D, Eriksen NT (2010). Continuous culture of the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Crypthecodinium cohnii. Poster presented at the 8th European Workshop in Biotechnology of Microalgae, Nuthetal, Germany.

Eriksen NT, Pleissner D, Isleten M (2010). Pigment and lipid synthesis in heterotrophic microalgal cultures. Abstract from 5th International Bioengineering Congress, Izmir, Turkey.

Lærke Arentoft Johansen (2010). "Faglig formidling i praksis – Formidling af MarBioShell-projektet til tre målgrupper." (Bachelorprojekt September 2010). Biologisk Institut, Syddansk Universitet.

Sabrina Maria Nothlev Sørensen (2010). "Faglig formidling i praksis – Formidling af MarBioShell-projektet til tre målgrupper." (Bachelorprojekt September 2010). Biologisk Institut, Syddansk Universitet.

Parnuma P. Egede (2010). Food uptake and growth of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) - a combined laboratory and field study. (M.Sc. thesis; September 2010). Institue of Biology, University of Southern Denmark.

Daniel Pleissner (2009). Chemostat-aquarium-system (CAS) for long term investigation of mussel filtration and growth. (Individual Ph.D. study activity report, August 2009). Institute of Biology, University of Southern Denmark.

Støttrup JG, Dinesen GE, Timmermann K, Markager S, Roth E, Ravn-Jonsen L. 2010. Integrated assessment for use in system based management: WFD nutrient targets and mussel production in the Limfjord, Denmark. ICES CM2010/B:09: 1-14. [Printed online September 2010].

Annette Høyvald (2009). Fedtsyrer i muslinger. Afgangsprojekt (dip. ing.) fra Institut for Kemi-, Bio- & Miljøteknologi, Teknisk Fakultet, Syddansk Universitet.

Lasse Tellerup Hansen (2008). Blåmuslingers potentiale ved oprensning af havmiljø. Afgangsprojekt (dip. ing.) fra Institut for Kemi-, Bio- & Miljøteknologi, Teknisk Fakultet, Syddansk Universitet.

Michala Karlsen Møller (2008). Anvendelse af blåmuslingen, Mytilus edulis, i foder. Afgangsprojekt (dip. ing.) fra Institut for Kemi-, Bio- & Miljøteknologi, Teknisk Fakultet, Syddansk Universitet.

Lectures and presentations

Video abstract by Daniel Pleissner introducing "Continuous culture of the heterothrophic dinoflagellate Chrypthecodinium cohnii

Pleissner D (December 2011). Bio-energetics and bio-energy: Blue mussels as source for raw material. Presentation at the Marine Biological Research Centre, Kerteminde, Denmark.