The salt relations of marine and halophilic species of the unicellular green alga,Dunaliella

@article{Borowitzka1974TheSR,
  title={The salt relations of marine and halophilic species of the unicellular green alga,Dunaliella},
  author={L J Borowitzka and Austin Duncan Brown},
  journal={Archives of Microbiology},
  year={1974},
  volume={96},
  pages={37-52}
}
Abstract1.Comparisons were made of the effects of salt on the exponential growth rates of two unicellular algae,Dunaliella tertiolecta (marine) andDunaliella viridis (halophilic).2.The algae contained glycerol in amounts which varied directly with the salt concentration of the growth media. The highest measured glycerol content ofD. tertiolecta was approximately equivalent to 1.4 molal and occurred in algae grown in 1.36 M sodium chloride. The highest glycerol content measured inD. viridis was… CONTINUE READING

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