Comparative Salt Stress Study on Intracellular Ion Concentration in Marine and Salt-adapted Freshwater Strains of Microalgae

@inproceedings{Talebi2013ComparativeSS,
  title={Comparative Salt Stress Study on Intracellular Ion Concentration in Marine and Salt-adapted Freshwater Strains of Microalgae},
  author={Ahmad farhad Talebi and Meisam Tabatabaei and Seyed Kaveh Mohtashami and Masoud Tohidfar and Foad Moradi},
  year={2013}
}
Salinity imposes significant stresses in various living organisms including microalgae. High extracellular concentration of Na+ directly influences ionic balance inside the cell and subsequently the cellular activities. In the present study, the effect of such stress on growth and intracellular ions concentration (IIC) of Dunaliella salina and Chlorella Spp. was investigated. IIC was analyzed using Ion chromatography technique. D. salina showed the highest degree of resistance to increase in… CONTINUE READING

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