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Zur Reinkultur vonDunaliella

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Nach einer Darstellung der bisherigen Ergebnisse bei der Kultur einzelliger mariner Grünalgen wird der Einfluß verschiedener Substanzen auf die Produktionsleistung vonDunaliella untersucht. β-Indolylessigsäure und Gibberellinsäure in optimalen Konzentrationen steigern den Ertrag, Vitamin B12 und Maleinhydrazid haben keinen nachweisbaren Effekt. Für das Gedeihen der Kulturen ist in erster Linie das Vorhandensein von Spurenelementen wichtig. Das vorgeschlagene Rezept für eine praezipitatfreie Nährlösung enthält außer den üblichen Nährsalzen 6 Vitamine, 3 Wuchsstoffe und 7 Spurenelemente. Damit lassen sich Zelldichten erreichen, die den unter Verwendung von Erdextrakt erzielten entsprechen.

Summary

The influence of various substances on the productive capacity ofDunaliella is examined following a description of results obtained so far in culturing unicellular marine green algae. Optimum concentrations of indol-3-acetic acid and gibberellic acid increase the yield, vitamin B12 and maleic acid hydrazide failed to give evidence of any effect. If cultures are to grow well, it is, above all, important, that trace elements be present. The prescription proposed for a culture medium free from precipitation comprises, apart from the usual nutritive salts, 6 vitamins, 3 growth substances and 7 trace elements. The cellular growth dimensions thus obtained correspond to those resulting from employment of soil extract.

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Götting, KJ. Zur Reinkultur vonDunaliella . Helgolander Wiss. Meeresunters 8, 404–424 (1963). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01610571

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