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Fish protein hydrolysates based on Atlantic salmon by-products. Enzyme cost-efficiency and characterization of sensory, surface-active and nutritional properties
(The University of Bergen, 2016-06-21)
The world fisheries and fish farming industries generate large amounts of by-products after the primary processing of fish to edible products. In Norway alone, this accounted for almost 900,000 tons in 2014. Based on present ...
Predicting and assessing climate-change impacts on the population dynamics of alpine and lowland forbs
(The University of Bergen, 2015-05-29)
Background and aims: Global climate change is already affecting plant species worldwide. The global rise in temperatures and regional changes in precipitation are predicted to continue throughout the century. Therefore, ...
Cadmium in Brown Crab Cancer pagurus in Norwegian Waters
(The University of Bergen, 2018-05-23)
The Brown crab Cancer pagurus is appreciated as seafood and its fishery is of importance in several European countries. However, findings of high levels of cadmium have increased concern about food safety, and spatial ...