Experts and Doctors on lipids in Western Australia, Australia


Locale: Western Australia, Australia
Topic: lipids

Top Publications

  1. Moheimani N, Isdepsky A, Lisec J, Raes E, Borowitzka M. Coccolithophorid algae culture in closed photobioreactors. Biotechnol Bioeng. 2011;108:2078-87 pubmed publisher
    ..carterae > E. huxleyi?> G. oceanica. Pleurochrysis carterae lipid (20-25% of dry weight) and calcium carbonate (11-12% of dry weight) contents were also the highest of all species tested. ..
  2. Vadiveloo A, Moheimani N, Alghamedi R, Cosgrove J, Alameh K, Parlevliet D. Sustainable cultivation of microalgae by an insulated glazed glass plate photobioreactor. Biotechnol J. 2016;11:363-74 pubmed publisher
    ..The IGP's ability to remove infrared (heat) makes this newly developed photobioreactor a promising and sustainable cultivation system for mass algal production especially for high value products. ..
  3. Plumb J, Haddad C, Gibson J, Franzmann P. Acidianus sulfidivorans sp. nov., an extremely acidophilic, thermophilic archaeon isolated from a solfatara on Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea, and emendation of the genus description. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. 2007;57:1418-23 pubmed
    ..Strain JP7(T) is considered to represent a novel species of the genus Acidianus, for which the name Acidianus sulfidivorans sp. nov. is proposed. The type strain is JP7(T) (=DSM 18786(T)=JCM 13667(T))...
  4. Duncan O, Taylor N, Carrie C, Eubel H, Kubiszewski Jakubiak S, Zhang B, et al. Multiple lines of evidence localize signaling, morphology, and lipid biosynthesis machinery to the mitochondrial outer membrane of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 2011;157:1093-113 pubmed publisher
  5. Lambers H, Cawthray G, Giavalisco P, Kuo J, Laliberté E, Pearse S, et al. Proteaceae from severely phosphorus-impoverished soils extensively replace phospholipids with galactolipids and sulfolipids during leaf development to achieve a high photosynthetic phosphorus-use-efficiency. New Phytol. 2012;196:1098-108 pubmed publisher
    ..thaliana. Our results clearly show that a low investment in phospholipids, relative to nonphospholipids, offers a partial explanation for a high photosynthetic rate per unit leaf P in Proteaceae adapted to P-impoverished soils...