J. Algal Biomass Utln. - Vol 6, No.2, April, 2015

  1. Madhava Rao D. S, Jyothi Kaparapu and Mohan Narasimha Rao G. M. Micro Algal Population in Mangrove Habitats of the Visakhapatnam, East Coast of India. 5.. PDF

  2. Alaguprathana M and Poonkothai M. Bio-sorption of physico-chemical constituents in textile dyeing effluent using Spirogyra gracilis Kützing.. 11.. PDF

  3. Thomas Kiran, M, Archana Tiwari and M .V. Bhaskar. A new novel solution to grow diatom algae in large natural water bodies and its impact on CO2 capture and nutrient removal..22..PDF

  4. Nilu Halder and Sankar Narayan Sinha. New Report of Four Bacillariophycean Algal Species from West Bengal, India.. 28.. PDF

  5. Yogesh Pawar, Kruti Dave, Samruddha Phadnis and Ganesh Iyer. Taxonomic evaluation of Cyanobacteria using Morphological Characters and Molecular phylogeny using cpcB and cpcA Gene Sequencing.. 32.. PDF

  6. Kausalya M and G. M. Narasimha Rao. Antimicrobial activity of Gelidium pusillum and Centroceros clavatum from Visakhapatnam Coast, India.. 40 . PDF

  7. Mehdi Mohammadi,Najmeh Kazeroni, Mehran Javaheri Baboli. Fatty acid composition of the marine micro alga Tetraselmis chuii Butcher in response to culture conditions.. 49.. PDF

  8. Behira, B. Removal of colonial and filamentous harmful cyanobacteria by diatomite filter from raw freshwater and potential use in watering domestic animals...56..PDF

  9. Hafidh Ali Almahrouqi, Puganeswary Sukumaran, Mohamed Amar Naqqiuddin, Jamal Alsabahi, Hishamuddin Omar and Ahmad Ismail. The effect of salinity on growth, biochemical composition and fatty acid profile of Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis) grown in sheltered outdoor conditions in Oman.. 61.. PDF

  10. Vidhi Verma and Meenakshi B. Bhattacharjee. Growth and Nitrate Metabolism in the Thermohalophillic Cyanobacterium Leptolyngbya.. 68..PDF