Browsing by Author "Semesi, A."
Mtolera, M.S.P.; Semesi, A. (1996)Many algae species have been shown to have bactericidal or bacteriostatic substances (Glombitza, I979;Michaneck, 1979; Caccamese et al., 1980; Fenical & Paul, 1984; Niang& Hung, 1984). The antibacterialagents found in the ...
Mohammed, S.M.; Björk, M.; Björklund, M.; Semesi, A. (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 1995-12)The release of inorganic nutrients into the sea by domestic sewage is a major threat to many marine systems. This eutrophication affects coral-reef organisms indirectly by increased growth of microalgae, leading to increased ...
Pedersén, M. C.; Mtolera, M.S.P.; Collén, J.; Abrahamsson, K.; Semesi, A. (Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, 1995)