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    標題: 淡水與半鹽水魚塭微藻之親緣演化關係之研究
    Phylogenetic analysis of freshwater and brackish water fish farms microalgae
    作者: 洪維謙
    貢獻者: 生物科技系暨研究所
    賴雪端
    關鍵字: ITS rDNA
    18S rDNA
    微藻
    綠藻
    18S rDNA
    ITS rDNA
    green algae
    microalgae
    日期: 2012
    上傳時間: 2012-11-29 11:36:06 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 本研究目的在於探討台灣南部淡水魚塭與半鹽水魚塭的小型微藻之種類,及適當的誘導後之產油潛力。目前微藻的應用相當廣泛,如化妝品、保健食品、水產養殖飼料、生質能源及刑事鑑定上等,眾多應用皆使用到小型微藻,但是由於小型微藻往往不易鑑定,須以較高倍數的顯微鏡觀察,或應用分子生物技術鑑定。本實驗以ITS rDNA序列來進行魚塭微藻的親緣鑑定,而綠藻的Desmodesmus與Scenedesmus屬則增加18S rDNA序列之比對。研究用的微藻樣品採集自嘉南藥理科技大學鄰近魚塭、台南市四鯤鯓、篤加溪及四草等地魚塭。結果共分離出9株淡水魚塭微藻及5株半鹽水至海水之魚塭微藻。其中,有13株魚塭微藻之ITS rDNA分析結果,皆可與NCBI基因資料庫進行比對。而以Neighbor-Joining method、Maximum-parsimony method及Maximum-likelihood method等方法建構樹狀圖,比對13株魚塭微藻及實驗室保存的3株藻種之ITS region rDNA,皆亦發現ITS region rDNA可做為分子鑑定的指標。此外,亦發現ITS2 rDNA序列在Desmodesmus與Scenedesmus的分類鑑定上,較ITS region rDNA(ITS1, 5.8S, ITS2)及18S rDNA序列,有更好的鑑定分析效果。耐鹽度分析顯示,淡水魚塭所分離出的藻種,可耐低於1%的鹽度,而半鹽水的微藻可以耐低於2%~3%的鹽度。尼羅紅染色顯示只有4株微藻包括【Scenedesmus AENLCNU CENP-017】、【Chlorella AENLCNU SQSP-023】、【Chlorella AENLCNU CTUP-025】及【Chlorella AENLCNU DJCP-026】會因培養基中之鹽度的提高而些微增加產油潛能。
    The aim of this study was isolated from the freshwater and brackish water fish farms microalgae in southern Taiwan, and to explore the optimum growth conditions, the ability of lipid production and the phylogenetic relationship. Many applications are using microalgae such as cosmetics, health food, aquaculture feed, biomass energy or criminal identification. However, without higher magnification of the microscope and molecular identification, microalgae are not easy to identify. In this experiment, phylogenetic identification by ITS rDNA sequences was done for all fish farms microalgae. In addition, Desmodesmus and Scenedesmus were done by both 18S and ITS rDNA sequences. Samples waere collected from fish farm nearby Chia-Nan University, Su-Kunshen fish farm, Tu-Chia creek and Szu-Tsao wildlife reservation in southern Taiwan.
    Fourteen microalgae were isolated, including 9 species of freshwater and 5 species of brackish water species. The results of 13 microalgal ITS rDNA were compared with the NCBI database. The phylogenetic trees were constructed using other known green algal 18S rDNA and ITS rDNA sequences. The tree topologies were obtained by Neighbor-Joining method, Maximum-likelihood method and Maximum-parsimony method. Comparing the ITS region rDNA sequence between 13 fish farms microalgae and 3 green aglae which kept in algal ecological laboratory were also found that the ITS region rDNA can be used as DNA barcodes in molecular identification. Moreover, the ITS2 rDNA sequence demonstrated better than ITS region rDNA(ITS1, 5.8S, ITS2)and 18S rDNA sequences in identify both genus Desmodesmus and genus Scenedesmus. The salinity tolerant studies indicated that freshwater microalgae can survive less than 1% salinity, and brackish water microalgae can survive less than 2% ~3%salinity. Nile red staining showed that only four green algae, including [Scenedesmus AENLCNU CENP-017], [Chlorella AENLCNU SQSP-023], [Chlorella AENLCNU CTUP-025] and [Chlorella AENLCNU DJCP-026] could increase the oil production potential by increasing the salinity concentration.
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