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    Journal of Algal Biomass Utilization

vol6-4

J. Algal Biomass Utln.- Vol 6, No.4, October, 2015

  1. Norsalwani Muhamad Nor, Mohamed Amar Naqqiuddin, Nurshazreen Mashor, Shahrizim Zulkifly, Hishamuddin Omar andAhmad Ismail. The effect of different nitrogen sources on continuous growth of Arthrospira platensis in simple floating photobiorector design in outdoor conditions..1.. PDF

  2. Arjun Adhikari and P. P. Baruah. A Morphotaxonomic account of N2-fixing cyanobacterial diversity in coal field soils of Assam (India). 12., PDF

  3. Jyothi Kaparapu ,Narasimha Rao G. M and Krishna Prasad.M. Marine algae as bio-sorbents. 17. PDF

  4. Indira Majumder, Sayani Chatterjee and Rita Kundu. A study on anti-proliferative property of some green algae on human cervical cancer cells (SiHa) in vitro. 21.. PDF

  5. Kulvinder Bajwa and Narsi R. Bishnoi. Osmotic stress induced by salinity for lipid overproduction in batch culture of Chlorella pyrenoidosa and effect on others physiological as well as physicochemical attributes.. 26.. PDF

  6. Priyanka Mukherjee, Camellia Nandi, Nilofer Khatoon, and Ruma Pal. Mixed algal diet for skin colour enhancement of ornamental fishes.. 35.. PDF

  7. Nilu Halder.Taxonomy and ecology of Coleochaete irregularis Pringsheim and Coleochaete orbicularis Pringsheim, West Bengal, India. 47 . PDF

  8. Meeravali, S.N, G.R. Gandhi , C. Prabhakara Raju and R.R. Venkata Raju. Diatom flora of Batrepalli Waterfalls, Anantapuramu, Andhrapradesh, India.. 50 .. PDF.

  9. Jyothi Kaparapu and Mohan Narasimha Rao Geddada. Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton and its relationship with the environmental factors in Meghadrigedda Reservoir of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. 60.. PDF

  10. Barupal, G. K and R. K. Gehlot. Status of Phytoplanktonic Biomass, Chlorophyll and Energy Content of Kolayat Lake, Bikaner (Rajasthan), India. 68. PDF