Tag Archive: spirulina

Jan 07 2016

Spirulina processing and Dihe consumption in Chad

Photos’ credit: Aliadoumadji Rimadoum (Chad) Review: Aliadoumadji Rimadoum and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)     Spirulina collection and utilization have a long history in Chad and go back as the 9th century Kanem Empire. In order to produce the “dihé”, the Kanembu women being in charge of the collection of spirulina …

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Dec 13 2015

Collection of Spirulina and production of dihé in Chad

Photo credit: Aliadoumadji Rimadoum (Chad) Review: Aliadoumadji Rimadoum and Abdel Rahman El Gamal (Founder of the website)         The inserted picture is for a woman while collecting Spirulina platensis in the brackish waters of the regions of Kanem and Lake Chad. The collection of spirulina is In Chad Dihé is customarily harvested by women from …

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Aug 13 2013

Spirulina culture at the National Institute of Sciences and Technologies of the Sea. Monastir, Tunisia.

Spirulina is characterized by its high content of protein in regard to the amino acids as well as the essential fatty-acids. The photo which was taken during 1998 shows the culture of Spirulina as carried out in the research facilities at Monastir, Tunisia. The culture of Spirulina, “Arthrospira platensis” has different purposes that include: Feeding …

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Feb 08 2012

Conditioning settlement plates for sea cucumber

Credit: Rayner Pitt (United Kingdom) This photo shows stacks of plates being conditioned before being put into a larval rearing tank for settlement. At that time either cultured algae were added to the water in the conditioning tank, or unfiltered seawater was allowed to run through it. (This latter method may have contributed to the …

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