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Updated in EWS Jan 12, 2021
Disclosed by Bank Oct 28, 2010
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Global warming has increased the levels of toxic bacteria in fish farming ponds, reducing the quality of the fish meat and even making it unfit to sell. A DM grant will help SZTR Sunce develop a small-scale biological method for controlling levels of the toxin. The approach, which uses Daphnia#a small plankton crustacean# would be applicable in any region where water quality restricts fish farming.
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