Jeju underground seawater as a solution of cultivation for standardization of industrial biomass

Jeju underground seawater as a solution of cultivation for standardization of industrial biomass
강도형; 이원규; 유용균; 김태호; 허수진
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Kang, Do-Hyung(강도형)Lee, Won Kyu(이원규)Ryu, Yong Kyun(유용균)Kim, Taeho(김태호)Heo, Soo Jin(허수진)
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The stage of marine biotechnology industry in the world is reported at forthcoming phase. In order to enhance the competitiveness of the national marine biotechnology industry in the future, it is necessary to continuously develop core technologies and to develop a sustainable support system for useful materials that can be used industrially. The core technology can be applied and developed in the general biotechnology field as well as the marine biotechnology field. However, standardization of useful raw materials and the development of functional materials are also essential elements to be dedicated to the marine biotechnology field. For example, underground seawater has been buried in the underground of eastern Jeju during the period from 300,000 to 400,000 years ago. The seawater has been stored in the layers of basalt after being pushed to the underground by the osmotic pressure based on phase difference between the seabed and open sea. Jeju magma seawater(JMS)is a sustainable water resource that can be industrially used to produce clean and standardized raw materials. JMS has sustainability for high value due to stable year-round water temperature(16-18°C), biological safety by volcanic rock filtration, and high concentration of minerals. Therefore, development of support system for sustainable for sustainable production of marine-derived useful raw materials, which is industrially available, is necessary.
Bibliographic Citation
제33회 한국조류학회 학술발표대회 및 정기총회, pp.17, 2019
사단법인 조류학회
사단법인 조류학회
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Microalgae Culture and Application,Aquaculture System Engineering,미세조류 배양 및 응용,배양시스템 엔지니어링,유용해양생물 배양 및 응용

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