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Journal of Ecological Engineering
EN The current method of seawater bio-desalination can effectively provide freshwater. This method works by separating the salt contained in water into clean water with a lower salinity. In this study, the researchers conducted an experiment of the bio-desalination method by combining mangrove plant an[...]
Acta Chromatographica
EN Root exudates were obtained from three mangrove species, viz. Bruguiera gymnorrhiza, Excoecaria agallocha, and Heritiera fomes. Spot tests revealed the presence of, presumably, phenolic compounds in the exudates. Paper chromatography revealed two spots each for B. gymnorrhiza and H. fomes and a sing[...]
Journal of Ecological Engineering
2019 Vol. 20, nr 3 126--134
EN The phytotechnology concept that is applied for a bio-desalination reactor become a new desalination technology. The desalination technology can be called as bio-desalination technology to remove ions of Na+ and Cl- in brackish or saline water using mangrove plant. Before the m[...]
2018 No. 60 (4) 513--526
EN Mangroves play an integral role as a metal accumulator in tropical and subtropical marine ecosystems. Twenty-one sets of sediment samples and portions of mangroves were collected along the Saudi Arabian coast of the Red Sea to assess the accumulation and ecological risks of heavy metals. Results sho[...]
Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies
2018 Vol. 47, No. 4 359--375
EN Spatial variability in the population density of meiofauna and the assemblage of free-living marine nematodes was studied at 20 mangrove sites located along the Saudi Arabian coast of the Red Sea. The total abundance of meiofauna varied between the locations and ranged from 119 to 1380 ind. 10 cm
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