J. Algal Biomass Utln. Vol 7, No.2, April, 2016

  1. Vijay Patel, David E. Berthold, Sivanesan Dhandayuthapani, Appu Rathinavelu,and Miroslav Gantar. Optimization of C-phycocyanin production by Limnothrix sp. 37-2-1..104..PDF

  2. Vishnupriya Sowjanya, I and P. S. Raja Sekhar. Numerical Studies on Marine Macro Algae Species Richness and Diversity Patterns in Visakhapatnam Coast, Bay of Bengal, India..112..PDF

  3. Jyothi Kaparapu and Mohan Narasimha Rao Geddada. Applications of immobilized algae...122..PDF

  4. Nilu Halder and Sankar Narayan Sinha. Volvox carteri F. Stein- A New Report from West Bengal, India. 129..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.134..PDF

  6. Bhagya Lakshmi Jyothi, K. Study of herbicidal effect 0f 2,4-D on growth and cellular metabolites in cyanobacterium Synechococcus aeruginosus Nägeli from rice fields...144...PDF

  7. Kevin Britt and Patrick Kangas. A Preliminary Assessment of Dried Algal Biomass as a Filler Material in Concrete.147..PDF

  8. Sarban Sengupta and Ruma Pal. Role of Dominant Green and Red algae of Indian Sundarbans in Nutrient remediation process employing synthetic saline wastewater...153..PDF

  9. Gour Gopal Satpati and Ruma Pal. New and rare records of filamentous green algae from Indian Sundarbans Biosphere Reserve..159..PDF

  10. Barupa, G.K and R. K. Gehlot.. Limnological profile of Kolayat Lake, Bikaner with special reference to seasonal fluctuation and correlative interaction..176..PDF

Index Copernicus Value (ICV): 71.63 for 2014