Seaweed publications

Recent seaweed publications

1). van Ginneken V, Helsper J, de Visser W, van Keulen H, Brandenburg W (2011). Polyunsaturated fatty acids in various macro algae species from North Atlantic and Tropical Seas. Lipids in Health and Disease 10:104; 8 pages; doi: 10.1186/1476-511X-10-104. pdf

2). van Ginneken V, de Vries, E (2015). [Editorial, Original Article] “Towards a Seaweed based Economy”; Journal of Fisheries Sciences 9(3):085-088; E-ISSN: 1307-234X pdf

3). van Ginneken V, de Vries E, Wijgerde T (2015). [Research Article]. A suggested “Seaweed-Plantation Model” to tackle the looming Phosphorus Crises in the 21st Century at the Rhine/North Sea System. Journal of Fisheries Sciences 9(4):105-114; E-ISSN 1307-234X. pdf

4). van Ginneken V, de Vries E (2016). [Commentary]. Towards a Seaweed Based Economy: The Global Ten Billion People Issue at the Midst of the 21st Century. Journal of Fisheries Sciences 10(2):001-011.

5). van Ginneken V & de Vries E (2016). [Minireview]: Will our Health come from our Oceans the 21st century. Journal of Fisheries Sciences 10(2): 033-048; E-ISSN: 1307 234X.

6). Vincent van Ginneken & Evert de Vries (2017). [Research Article]: Imaging spectroscopy of a Green-, Brown-, and Red- seaweed under Laboratory conditions. SCIAEON Journal of Radiology 1: 001-011.pdf

7). Marit A.J. Nederlof, Caroline M.F. Durif, Marc C.J. Verdegem, Ronald G.H.R. Booms, Evert de Vries, Vincent J.T. van Ginneken (2017). Giant mealworm (Zophobas Morio) as a “Vehicle” to Transport Healthy Nutritional Ingredients from Seaweed (Ascophyllum Nodosum) towards Fish Cultured: Amino Acids. Journal of Advances in Agriculture Science and Technology, vol.4 issue 5 May 2017 pp. 1-13; ISSN 2348-1358. pdf

8). Vincent van Ginneken, Arjan Gittenberger, Marjolein Rensing, Evert de Vries, Edwin THM Peters, Elwin Verheij (2017). Seaweed competition: Ulva sp. Has the potential to produce the betaine lipid diacylglycerol-O-L’ (N, N, N-trimethyl) homoserine (DGTS) in order to replace phosphatidylcholine (PC) under phosphate limiting conditions in the P-limited Dutch Wadden Sea and outcompetes an aggressive non-indigenous Gracilaria vermiculophylla red drift algae out of the unique UNESCO World Heritage Coastal area. Oceanography & Fisheries 2(5) 2017; DOI:10.19080/OFOAJ.2017.02.555596 pdf

9). Vincent van Ginneken (2017). [Research Article]: The Photosynthetic System of the Seaweeds: The Seaweed Paradox. Asian Journal of Science and Technology 8(11):6567-6571; ISSN: 0976.3376. pdf

10). Vincent van Ginneken (2018). [Research Article]: Seaweed Biotechnology to combat Desertification. Advances in Biotechnology & Biochemistry AB10-156, Gavin publishers; 5 pages; DOI: 10.29011/2574-7258.000056. pdf

11). Vincent van Ginneken (2018). Some Mechanisms Seaweeds Employ to Cope with Salinity Stress in the Harsh Euhaline Oceanic Environment. American Journal Plant Sciences 9: 1191-1211. DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.96089. pdf

12). Vincent van Ginneken & Evert de Vries (2018). Seaweeds as Biomonitoring System for Heavy Metal (HM) Accumulation and Contamination of our Oceans. American Journal of Plant Sciences 9: 1514-1530. DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.97111. pdf

Vincent J.T van Ginneken (2018). [Editorial]: A Greedy Man in a Hungry World: does hunger lead to depression and anxiety? J Psychology and Mental Health Care. DOI:

13). Vincent van Ginneken & Evert de Vries (2018). [Review]: The Global Dispersal of the Non-Endemic Invasive Red Alga Gracilaria vermiculophylla in the Ecosystems of the Euro-Asia Coastal Waters Including the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Heritage Coastal Area: Awful or Awesome? Oceanography Fish Open Access J. 2018; 8(1): 555727; 23 pp; DOI: 10.19080/OFOAJ.2018.08.555727. pdf

14). Vincent van Ginneken (2019). [Perspective]: Plastic in the Food Chain and the Expected Pandemic of Cancer? Nov Approaches in Cancer Study. 3(3): 277-279; DOI: 10.31031/NACS.2019.03.000564.

15). Vincent van Ginneken (2019). The application of the seaweeds in neutralizing “Ocean Acidification” is a long-term multifaceted challenge. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection 7:126-138; DOI: 10.4236/gep.2019.712009. pdf