2 edition of Growth, nutrient uptake and protein production in laboratory cultures of Arthrospira Platensis (Cyanophyceae) found in the catalog.
Growth, nutrient uptake and protein production in laboratory cultures of Arthrospira Platensis (Cyanophyceae)
C. F. Rhyne
|Statement||prepared by C.F. Rhyne.|
|Series||MASGP -- 83-024.|
|Contributions||United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Office of Sea Grant., Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium., Jackson State University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
EFFICIENCY OF GROWTH AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE FROM WASTEWATER BY HETEROTROPHIC, AUTOTROPHIC, AND MIXOTROPHIC CULTIVATION OF CHLORELLA VULGARISIMMOBILIZED WITHAZOSPIRILLUM BRASILENSE1 Octavio Perez-Garcia Environmental Microbiology Group, The Northwestern Center for Biological Research (CIBNOR), Mar Bermejo , Colonia Playa. Feb 01, · But, the dietary lipid had significant (p ). For each level of dietary protein, the increase in dietary lipid resulted significant increase (p ).
Algae fuel, algal biofuel, or algal oil is an alternative to liquid fossil fuels that uses algae as its source of energy-rich oils. Also, algae fuels are an alternative to commonly known biofuel sources, such as corn and sugarcane. When made from seaweed (macroalgae) it can be known as seaweed fuel or seaweed oil.. Several companies and government agencies are funding efforts to reduce capital. Adaptation and selection of Arthrospira platensis strains, for cultivation in brackish water with excess boron (B) in the Lluta Valley can become an interesting alternative that would allow to extend these cultures to areas that possess the environmental conditions, but that lack the fresh water needed to do it. Strains TX98 and P88 were evaluated in laboratory conditions with three different Cited by: 2.
Whole plant analysis is conducted in order to determine the total nutrient uptake (which is usually carried out on the shoot). For plant analysis to be meaningful as a diagnostic tool, the collection of particular plant parts (tissue) at the right stage of growth for analysis is very important. Jun 15, · Spirulina (Arthrospira) platensis is a well-known filamentous cyanobacterium used in the production of many industrial products, including high value compounds, healthy food supplements, animal feeds, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, for example. It has been increasingly studied around the world for scientific purposes, especially for its genome, biology, physiology, and also for the analysis of Cited by:
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Vol. 45, No. 2 Factors indicating status of Spirulina FigGrowth (A), change in pH of culture medium (B), and change in coil number per trichome (C) of Spirulina platensis under fixed pH.
Arthrospira Platensis. Arthrospira platensis is a planktonic filamentous cyanobacterium composed of individual cells (about 8μm diam.), which grows in subtropical, alkaline lakes with a temperature optimum of about 35°C.
In productive cultures, Arthrospira is cultivated in shallow, mixed ponds or semi-closed, tubular photobioreactors. Carbohydrates production and bio-flocculation characteristics in cultures of Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis: Improvements through phosphorus limitation process production is the high cost.
Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis is known to have high-quality proteins content and phycocyanin as one of the major pigment constituents of the cells, and the most challenging problem associated with phycocyanin production in Arthrospira is to optimize its intracellular accumulation.
The present study evaluated the metabolic stress conditions (by nutrient enrichment) of Arthrospira platensis Cited by: Evaluation of growth and biomass production of Arthrospira (Spirulina) fusiformis in laboratory cultures using waters from the Ethiopian soda lakes Chitu and Shala.
(ed) Spirulina platensis (Arthrospira): physiology cell-biology and biotechnology. Taylor & Francis, London, pp – Google hotellewin.com by: Screening of microalgae liquid extracts for their bio stimulant properties on plant growth, nutrient uptake and metabolite profile of Solanum lycopersicum L.
growth under laboratory. May 12, · Abstract. Carbohydrates are a desirable biomass compound for the generation of several biofuels. Phosphorus nutrient limitation causes a significant increase in the carbohydrate content of the cyanobacterium Arthrospira (Spirulina) hotellewin.comydrates accumulated up to a content of ± % (±SD) in both batch and semi-continuous hotellewin.com by: on growth, nutrient uptake, and gross chemical composition of Chlorella sp.
and Nannochloropsis oculata. The control experiments were performed with Conway culture medium in day batch cultures, 12 h photoperiod, and aeration. A second experimental condition was the addition of the nutrients except nitrogen, one week afterCited by: production in A.
platensis. The aim of the present work was to study the effect of different doses of gamma radiation on the growth and some bioactive compounds, in respect to content and productivity, in A. platensis. The Organism and Growth Conditions Arthrospira platensis (SAG ) wasCited by: 7.
The condition of µmol fotons.m–2.s–1 white light was the one that promoted the highest biomass production of A. platensis cultures ( mg.L–1). There was no difference in the production of total protein and total phycobiliproteins Arthrospira platensis growth under different cultivation.
Spirulina platensis (=Arthrospira platensis) is a tunisian strain which has been isolated for the first time in Oued Essed (Sousse, Sidi Bou Ali). Biomass evolution, proteins, chlorophylls and fatty acids composition of this alga were monitored by varying nitrogen concentrations in the culture hotellewin.com by: 2.
Arthrospira platensis and develop tools for species and strain identification. Materials and Methods Algal Source The blue green algae were obtained from the water sample collected from the AWE CARE Research Laboratory, Erode.
Isolation and Mass Cultivation of Spirulina on Zarrouk’s medium The water sample was inoculated into the. Spirulina Platensis Arthrospira: Physiology, Cell-Biology And Biotechnology activity algal biomass algal cultures anaerobic anaerobic digestion areal density Arthrospira PBsomes photobioreactor photoinhibition photosynthetic photosystem phycobilisomes phycocyanin pigment plastocyanin polypeptide production of Spirulina protein raceway.
Arthrospira platensis biomass with high protein content cultivated in continuous process using urea as nitrogen source. Avila-Leon I(1), Chuei Matsudo M, Sato S, de Carvalho JC. Author information: (1)Department of Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, hotellewin.com by: Assessment of growth, production and nutritional Arthrospira platensis and Arthrospira maxima.
It is following parameters such as Growth rate, chlorophyll content, protein content, Phycocyanin content and its respective anti-oxidant potential were analyzed with regard to inducer's impact.
Spirulina holds a sweet spot in the heart of our company's founder. It was the first strain he worked with commercially. He almost got it tattooed on his back.
This is a clean culture of Arthrospira platensis. It is grown in an alkali water (not seawater or freshwater) using spirulina nutrient media. Division: Cya.
Arthrospira platensis (Spirulina) is the most cultivated microalga worldwide. Improving its cultivation in terms of biomass productivity, quality, or production cost could significantly impact the Spirulina industry. The objectives of this paper were defined as to contribute to this goal.
Spirulina biomass productivity was investigated through medium hotellewin.com by: 5. In this study, zeolite was employed for the separation and recovery of P from synthetic wastewater and its use as phosphorus (P) source for the cultivation of the green microalga Chlorella vulgaris and the cyanobacterium Arthrospira (Spirulina) platensis.
At P-loaded zeolite concentration of –1 g/L, in which P was limited, the two species displayed quite different behavior regarding Cited by: EVALUATION OF ARTHROSPIRA (SPIRULINA) PLATENSIS PRODUCTION TRAIT USING CPCHID OPERON HUI-NA ZHOU,⋅YAN-GUANG XIE, ZHI-PING WANG*, BIN SHAO, XIN-YING LIU, JIN-XIN YU AND ZI-YUAN CHEN Institute of Nuclear-Agricultural Sciences, Key Laboratory of Chinese Ministry of Agriculture for Nuclear-Agricultural.
The term that refers to the purposeful addition of microorganisms into a laboratory nutrients medium is. The correct microbiological term for the tiny sample of specimen that is put into a nutrient medium in order to produce a culture is the.
Bacteria that require. Comparative study on growth of Spirulina platensis on different culture media Salunke K J, S A Magar, R R Joshi and M S Wadikar* study the algal biomass production in Laboratory condition using CFTRI, JPJM, and DMSD and to Spirulina platensis (Arthrospira): Physiology, Cell Biology and Biotechnology.
Taylor & Francis, London. ISBN Keywords:Phycocyanin, Arthrospira platensis, pre-treatment, production, extraction, purification, analysis. Abstract:Background: Phycocyanin (PC) is a major light harvesting pigment of cyanobacteria.
It has gained importance in many biotechnological applications in food sciences, therapy, cosmetics and pharmacological processes thanks to its Cited by: 5.to the external medium was enhanced, suggesting that organic carbon release in S. platensis is an efficient mechanism for the maintenance of the metabolic integrity, balancing the cell C:N ratio in response to environmental.