Algal Cultures, Analogues of Blooms And Applications (2 by D. V. Subba Rao

By D. V. Subba Rao

A thematic quantity with fresh advancements in micro algal learn, this publication accommodates the newest findings in particular to handle how most sensible algal cultures can be used as analogues of usual blooms, their software in realizing the ecological ideas and their purposes in biotechnology. This set of two volumes could be precious to researchers in organic oceanography in addition to scientists, complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars as a precis of present strategies in physiological ecology.

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Under standard growth conditions, microalgal cultures are consistent and reproducible and represent a subset of the diverse range of the thousands of microscopic species that make up the floating pastures of the world’s oceans. Spectacular in color, they provide an immense variety of photosynthetic pigments for harvesting those restricted portions of the visible spectrum available to them in different water types and depths. The green chlorophylls, the yellow, orange and red carotenoids, and the red and blue-green biliproteins are capable of collectively harvesting the entire range of wavelengths of the visible spectrum (350-750 nm), and ensure the efficient capture of the limited light energy available for photosynthesis in the sea.

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