Published: Jun 5, 2017

Marine biotechnology: Emerging opportunities and future perspectives


Identification and characterization of two amylase producing bacteria Cellulosimicrobium sp. and Demequina sp. isolated from marine organisms

8-15 Laila S.H. Al-Naamani, Sergey Dobretsov, Jamal Al-Sabahi, Bassam Soussi

Fouling and its next generation management: a perspective

16-23 Daniel Rittschof, Christina Chai, Serena Lay Ming Teo, James S. Maki

Biofouling on artificial substrata in Muscat waters


Microfouling on biocidal and non-biocidal antifouling coatings

30-33 Thirumahal Muthukrishnan, Sergey Dobretsov

Natural glues and fouling management by interfering with glue curing

34-39 Daniel Rittschof, Tara Essock-Burns, Gary Dickinson, S. Zmina, N. Alberman

Culture conditions affect the nutritional value of the copepod Acartia tonsa

40-46 Arne M. Malzahn, Nicole Aberle-Malzahn, Katherina Schoo, Maarten Boersma

Protein resources and aquafeed development in the Sultanate of Oman

47-53 Stephen Goddard, Fahad Saleh Ibrahim

Gill monogenean communities on three commercially important sparid fish in Omani waters

54-61 Gilha Yoon, Hisham Al-Adawi, Andrew Shinn

Improving the quality of tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon through dietary incorporation of algae as a source of natural pigment

62-65 Kunal Mondal, Subhra Bikash Bhattacharyya, Abhijit Mitra

Gill histology of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus following chronic and acute exposure to ammonia

66-72 Gilha Yoon, Najiya Al-Saadi, Aisha Ambuali

Mortality of the abalone Haliotis mariae (Haliotidae: Mollusca) in aquaculture

73-77 Gilha Yoon, Hajer Al-Kaabi, Um Kalthoum Al-Kindi, Salem Khoom, Miyoung Cho, Myong Ae Park, Andrew Shinn