dunaliella

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Sun Jan 28 12:46:45 EST 1996


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>  I may be in the wrong group, but does anybody here have any 
> information about the green algae Dunaliella????
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>     thanks in advance
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>       eduardo
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Hi Eduardo,
I'm no expert but I understand (from a brief interest some years ago) 
that Dunaliella is most notable for its salt tolerance which can be VERY 
high. I've got an old wrinkly algal text back at the lab, I'll look it 
up.
P.J.Harris,
Department of Soil Science,
University of Reading, UK.
AKA P.J.Harris at reading.ac.uk




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