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The microbiome and holobiont: Lessons learned from one carrageenophyte (Chondrus) - Dr. Juliet Brodie

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The microbiome and holobiont: Lessons learned from one carrageenophyte (Chondrus) - Dr. Juliet Brodie

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Thanks for this informative presentation Dr. Brodie. It is exactly the type of connection that we hoped to foster when we conceived of this Phyconomy.org TPCD eucheumatoids workshop and focused on European links. Much of what we do in eucheumatoid phyconomy is based on extrapolation from research on other seaweeds and Chondrus is probably first among them.

An outstanding example is the phenomenon of “ripening” (aka “Neish effect” after my father Arthur) during which thallus color changes, presumed to be related to nitrogen availability, are used to make crop care decisions. That phenomenon was well understood for Chondrus, thanks to research at the National Research Council of Canada Atlantic Region work of the early 1970s, but we have much to learn about how it applies to eucheumatoids and other tropical red seaweeds and, indeed, how it may impact micro biome, epiphyte and endophyte phenomena. Do you have thoughts about this?

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Hi Juliet! Thank you for the presentation. A lot of things to think about it.

Interestingly, we are cultivating Kappaphycus in bioflocs effluents (a mix of microoganisms and microalgae) and we observed at least stronger seedlings.

Definitly, the interaction with bacteria is important!

I hope we can discuss more the topic.

All my best!

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  • What a good presentation Dr. Juliet. Do you think the plasticity morphology of carageenophyte have correlation also with macrobiome and bacterial community associated with that algae? what about the carragenan contain in that seaweed ?
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Thank you Dr. Brodie for such a nice presentation. I am curious, can you shed some light on what type of secondary metabolites are produced by  these green algal endophytes of Chondrus. What is the role of these endophytes in Chondrus life cycle? Thank you.

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