Purification Effect of Oysters Based on the Analysis of Environmental Parameters

Hanjiang Dong, Dongsong Yan, Liangyu Deng, Hongfei Guo, Keshan Wang, Mengfan Wu, Bingjie Yu, Jian Wang, Haodong Fan


With the development of coastal industries, marine pollution has intensified, and more and more shellfish in marine areas have been polluted to varying degrees. People's health can be compromised when eating contaminated shellfish. In the actual purification process of the shellfish purification plant project, there is no in-depth exploration of the parameters of the purification pond. Based on supplementing the basic research for the development of the oyster purification industry at different temperatures, salinities, pH, ultraviolet lamp power, irradiation time, and water flow rate, we find the best environmental conditions are a temperature of 30 °C, a pH of 8, a salinity of 32%, an ultraviolet lamp illumination power of 9w, an ultraviolet lamp irradiation time of 12h, and a water body flow rate of 0.5m/s. We supplement basic research related to bioengineering in China. We hope that our results can provide reference for further research and contribute to the sustainable development of the oyster purification industry. Create economic benefits for society.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/set.v6i1.4299


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