• Bioenergy from brown seaweeds 

      Horn, Svein Jarle (Dr. ingeniøravhandling, 0809-103X; 2000:105, Doctoral thesis, 2000)
      Brown seaweeds lack lignin and have a low cellulose content. Thus, seaweeds should be an easier material for biological degradation than land plants. However, seaweeds have a complex composition, and complete degradation ...
    • Endogenous proteolytic enzymes - Studies of their impact on fish muscle proteins and texture 

      Hultmann, Lisbeth (Dr. ingeniøravhandling, 0809-103X; 2003:110, Doctoral thesis, 2004)
      This thesis covers studies on endogenous proteolytic enzymes and their impact on fish muscle proteins and texture. The studies have been performed using Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and cod (Gadus morhua) subjected to ...
    • Marine biofouling - microbial adhesion to non-solid gel surfaces 

      Rasmussen, Kjetil (Dr. ingeniøravhandling, 0809-103X; 2001:114, Doctoral thesis, 2002)
      The scope for this work was to develop rapid assays for enumerating microorganisms on gels, and to test whether fouling of gel surfaces is principally different from that of solid substrata. For this purpose, a standard ...
    • Structure - Function Analyses of Mannuronan C-5-epimerases. - A Family of Modular Type Enzymes with an Applied Potential 

      Bjerkan, Tonje Marita (Dr.ingeniøravhandling, 0809-103X; 2003:109, Doctoral thesis, 2004)
      Alginate is a family of industrially important polysaccharides composed of irregular sequences of 1-4 linked β-D-mannuronic acid (M) and α-L-guluronic acid (G). They are widely used industrially as iscosifiers and gelling ...