Development of media for the mixotrophic/heterotrophic culture ofBrachiomonas submarina

@article{Tsavalos2004DevelopmentOM,
  title={Development of media for the mixotrophic/heterotrophic culture ofBrachiomonas submarina},
  author={Alexander J. Tsavalos and John G. Day},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={431-433}
}
The marine algaBrachiomonas submarina var.pulsifera (Droop) CCAP 7/2A, is employed as a food organism in aquaculture; it can be cultured heterotrophically or mixotrophically. Growth rates and productivity under heterotrophic conditions were lower than those achieved under mixotrophic conditions. By reducing the osmotic potential of the medium, whilst simultaneously increasing the levels of nitrogen and phosphorus and using sodium acetate as a carbon source, a 20-fold increase in final yield was… CONTINUE READING

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