J. Algal Biomass Utln. Vol 6, No.1, January, 2015

  1. Hafidh Al Mahrouqi, Mohamed Amar Naqqiuddin, Jackson Achankunju, Hishamuddin Omar and Ahmad Ismail. Different salinity effects on the mass cultivation of Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis) under sheltered outdoor conditions in Oman and Malaysia.. 1.. PDF

  2. Rashad Barakoni, Sadiqul Awal and Andrew Christie, Growth performance of the marine microalgae Pavlova salina and Dunaliella tertiolecta using different commercially available fertilizers in natural seawater and inland saline ground water.. 15.. PDF

  3. Maya Khushwaha and Meenakshi Banerjee. A Novel Method of Seed Germination and Growth of Three Staple Crop Plants: Effect of Low Temperature and Cyanobacterial Culture Addition.. 26.. PDF

  4. Karthick. P, Mohanraju. R, Narayana Murthy Kada, Ramesh. Ch. Antibacterial activity of seaweeds collected from South Andaman, India.. 33.. PDF

  5. Sivadasan, K.K, Anjana, M, Girishkumar, E, C.P.Ravindran and K.M. Gopinathan. Optimization of Panchagavya Concentrations for Mass Culture of Microalgae.. 37.. PDF

  6. Chinnu K, S.Mukund, M.Muthukumaran and V. Sivasubramanian. Anticancer activity of isolated beta-glucan from Chrocccoccus turgidus (Kützing) Nägeli.. 43.. PDF

  7. M. A. Kean, E. Brons Delgado, B.P. Mensink, M.H.J. Bugter. Iron chelating agents and their effects on the growth of Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata, Chlorella vulgaris, Phaeodactylum tricornutum and Spirulina platensis in comparison to Fe- EDTA.. 56.. PDF

  8. Kausalya, M and G.M. Narasimha Rao. Antimicrobial activity of marine algae.. 78.. PDF

  9. Eduardo Caffagni de Camargo, Carlos Aparecido Casali, Ana Teresa Lombardi, Maria Inês Salgueiro Lima. Coupling microalgal cultures with hydroponics: prospection for clean biotechnology processes.. 88.. PDF