Spirulina Culture in Bangladesh XII. Effects of Different Culture Media, Different Culture Vessels and Different Cultural Conditions on Coiled and Straight Filament Characteristics of Spirulina

@article{Noor2008SpirulinaCI,
  title={Spirulina Culture in Bangladesh XII. Effects of Different Culture Media, Different Culture Vessels and Different Cultural Conditions on Coiled and Straight Filament Characteristics of Spirulina},
  author={Parvin Noor and N. Akhtar and John Liton Munshi and Sajeda Begum},
  journal={Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={43},
  pages={369-376}
}
  • P. Noor, N. Akhtar, +1 author S. Begum
  • Published 16 September 2008
  • Biology
  • Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research
Effects of different culture media (Bd-2, Bd-3, Bd-4 and IFP), different culture vessels (conical flasks, plastic bowls and earthen pots) and different cultural conditions (stock, pilot plant and shade culture) on coiled and straight filament characteristics of Spirulina were studied. Stock culture maintained under special conditions, retained coiled filament characteristics even after 17 years, while Spirulina filaments in pilot ponds lost their coiled characteristics. Food value of the… Expand

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