By D. V. Subba Rao
A thematic quantity with contemporary advancements in micro algal learn, this ebook contains the most recent findings particularly to deal with how most sensible algal cultures can be used as analogues of usual blooms, their software in figuring out the ecological rules and their functions in biotechnology. This set of two volumes might be necessary to researchers in organic oceanography in addition to scientists, complex undergraduate and graduate scholars as a precis of present innovations in physiological ecology.
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In this chapter, we present current understanding of the pigment composition of microalgae based on culture studies and insights from the sea. First, the development of culture collections is briefly described, followed by the chemistry of key pigments, and analytical methods for their separation and analysis. At the end, we give some recommendations for the future. Microalgal Culture Collections Until the early 1950s, the availability of microalgal cultures for pigment analysis was restricted to easy-to-grow inshore ‘weed’ species (Pringsheim 1946).
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Algal Cultures, Analogues of Blooms And Applications (2 volume set) by D. V. Subba Rao