Bioremediation using Gracilaria chouae co-cultured with Sparus macrocephalus to manage the nitrogen and phosphorous balance in an IMTA system in Xiangshan Bay, China
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Highlights•The co-cultured system was an effective bioremediation technique.•Nutrient flux of the IMTA system was determined.•The nutrient balance equation in the IMTA system was determined.

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