I am doing an A-level biology poject comparing the growth rates of
chlorella in differnt nitrate solutions (e.g. ammonium nitrate, potasium
nitrate, calcium nitrate and sodium nitrate)
Does anybody have any information on the growth rate of chlorella, such
as links or just a growth rate curve for chlorella. Also if you have
anything intersting to say about this experiment I would love to here it and
possible problems I might encounter, such as small concentrations of
chlorine will inhibit the growth of chlorella and so on.
Thanks in advance!
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