Product Code TM 648

  • Description

    Algae (singular alga) encompass several groups of relatively simple living aquatic organisms that capture light energy through photosynthesis, using it to convert inorganic substances into organic matter. Algae range from single-cell organisms to multicellular organisms, some with fairly complex differentiated form and (if marine) called seaweeds. Algae are usually found in damp places or water bodies and thus are common in terrestrial as well as aquatic environments. Various algae play significant roles in aquatic ecology. Algae are used by humans in a number of ways. Because many species are aquatic and microscopic, they are cultured in clear tanks or ponds and either harvested or used to treat effluents pumped through ponds. Algae Culture Broth is recommended for the isolation and cultivation of algae from soil, water and sewage. Algae Culture Broth is used to prepare the inoculum for the bioassay of algicidal chemicals. Algae Culture Broth is similar in composition to Algae Culture Agar, except the agar.

  • Principle

    for isolation and cultivation of algae from soil and water

  • Microorganism

    • Chlorella pyrenoidosa
  • Industry

    • Agriculture
  • Pack Size

    • 100 gm
    • 500 gm
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