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Marine microalgae as a potential source of minerals in fish diets
The incorporation of powdered marine microalgae in fish diets can substitute, at least in part, for the addition of minerals to the diet. In diets for freshwater fishes, the incorporation of 33% of powdered marine microalgae ...
Growth and biochemical variability of the marine microalga Chlorella stigmatophora in batch cultures with different salinities and nutrient gradient concentration
(Taylor & Francis Group, 1987-03-30)
[Abstract] Chlorella stigmatophora was cultured under 56 different combinations of nutrient-salinity concentrations, ranging from 1 to 64 mM NaNO3 and from 0 to 35%. salinity. Optimal growth conditions for obtaining maximum ...
Marine microalgae as a potential source of single cell protein (SCP)
[Abstract] The marine microalgae Tetraselmis suecica, Isochrysis galbana, Dunaliella tertiolecta and Chlorella stigmatophora are good biological sources of single cell protein (SCP). Protein content accounts for 39.12%–54.20% ...