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saltern

[′sȯl·tərn]
(engineering)
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Characterization of fungi from hypersaline environments of solar salterns using morphological and molecular techniques.
Finally, in the large projects category, the entries are the Blaydon regeneration scheme, the creation of the Saltern Wetlands on the Tees Estuary, the upgrade of Morpeth Sewage Treatment Works and Stockton's High Street regeneration.
Screening of potential biotechnological applications from obligate halophilic fungi isolated from a man-made solar saltern located in
The contribution of halophilic bacteria to the red coloration of saltern crystallizer ponds1.
a novel, extremely halophylic member of bacteria from saltern crystallizer pound.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 37 9:40 UNEXPECTED INCREASES IN MICROBIAL DIVERSITY ALONG A SALINITY GRADIENT IN A SOLAR SALTERN IN BAJA CA, MEXICO Jesse Dillon (1), Mark Carlin (1), Andriana-Amparo Gallegos (1), Nathan McLain (1), Shereen Sabeifornia State University, Department of Biological Sciences, Long Beach, CA 90840 (2) Current address: LaSierra University, Department of Biology, Riverside, CA 92515 10:00-10:20 BREAK 38 10:20 SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO?
Locals, who spotted the creature off the Devon coast at Saltern Cove, Paignton, had thought that it was a turtle.
TVSP 101 was used which had been isolated from the solar evaporated saltern pond of Tuticorin, Tamilnadu, India (14, 15).
Onslow Salt has a solar saltern with an annual output of 2,500,000 ton.
Jenkins, of Kings Saltern Road, Lymington, Hants, denies murder.
The scene of the crime was a long, narrow saltern, a desert-like tract of parched mud in the heart of Jim Neville Marine Preserve.
He added that the EBSC has signed a usufruct agreement with the Kafr Al-Sheikh governorate for 80,000 feddans of land in the Menesy saltern designated for establishing a black sand separation plant at a cost of $40m.