The growth rate of Chlorella is in the range 0.5 - 2 d^-1 - depending
For more information on growth rates etc. check "The Ecology of
Freshwater Phytoplankton" by C.S. Reynolds, Cambridge University
Søren L. Nielsen
On 4 Nov 1999 19:45:56 -0800, William Looker
<william.looker at virgin.net> wrote:
> 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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Søren Laurentius Nielsen
Department of Life Sciences and Chemistry
Roskilde University, Denmark
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