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2010-2013

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1750000 CNY

ABSTRACT

Aimed at "sustainable human activities on coastal marine ecosystem impact" cutting-edge science for the study of red tide bacteria - algae relationship hot and difficult, multidisciplinary set advantage, Xiamen Western Sea red tide frequent choice as the goal and the research area in recent years, serious harm red tide causative species as the main subject to microbial loop as the core, the combination of macro and micro research, research in the field of marine structures and variation of bacterial populations; microbial loop in the energy flow, logistics and marine quantitative analysis of the bacteria ecological processes; the relationship between the main advantages of functional bacteria and red tide organisms, interaction; in a laboratory simulation technology combined with remote sensing applications based on the establishment of relevant models, focus on "microbial loop - red tide - key microflora "coupled interaction mechanism. Identify frequent red tide waters microbial loop energy flow, logistics direction; explain the role of the characteristics and laws of marine bacteria in the waters; discover the red tide biocontrol germplasm and genetic resources of a number of independent property rights and providing red tide disaster Control scientific basis and bioremediation technology; China is rich in content to the marine microbial loop research, access to bacteria - new understanding of research algae relationship, supplement, improve and expand tide of scientific theory to maintain the health and the people of marine ecosystems life safety. More... »

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