Characterization of a novel Dunaliella salina (Chlorophyta) strain and the assessment of its cultivation parameters

Characterization of a novel Dunaliella salina (Chlorophyta) strain and the assessment of its... Physiological characteristics of a novel strain of the halophilic alga Dunaliella salina IPPAS D-232 isolated from the hypersaline lake Razval (Sol-Iletsk, Orenburg region) were studied. It was shown that the extract from the cells of this strain manifested antioxidant properties and also antibacterial activity relative to opportunistic bacteria. The influence of medium stirring and salinity on the level of D. salina antioxidant activity was assessed: it was established that medium salinization (93 g/L) and continuous stirring favored the highest accumulation of D. salina IPPAS D-232 biomass. It was found that the extremely halophilic archaea Halorubrum tebenquichense and moderately halophilic bacterium Marinococcus halophilus stimulated D. salina development and increased its antioxidant activity. The results obtained expand our knowledge of specific ecological features of the studied microalgal species; they could form the basis for the development of new approaches to the mass cultivation of D. salina. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Plant Physiology Springer Journals

Characterization of a novel Dunaliella salina (Chlorophyta) strain and the assessment of its cultivation parameters

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2013 by Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
Subject
Life Sciences; Plant Physiology; Plant Sciences
ISSN
1021-4437
eISSN
1608-3407
D.O.I.
10.1134/S1021443713040092
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Abstract

Physiological characteristics of a novel strain of the halophilic alga Dunaliella salina IPPAS D-232 isolated from the hypersaline lake Razval (Sol-Iletsk, Orenburg region) were studied. It was shown that the extract from the cells of this strain manifested antioxidant properties and also antibacterial activity relative to opportunistic bacteria. The influence of medium stirring and salinity on the level of D. salina antioxidant activity was assessed: it was established that medium salinization (93 g/L) and continuous stirring favored the highest accumulation of D. salina IPPAS D-232 biomass. It was found that the extremely halophilic archaea Halorubrum tebenquichense and moderately halophilic bacterium Marinococcus halophilus stimulated D. salina development and increased its antioxidant activity. The results obtained expand our knowledge of specific ecological features of the studied microalgal species; they could form the basis for the development of new approaches to the mass cultivation of D. salina.

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Russian Journal of Plant PhysiologySpringer Journals

Published: Jun 18, 2013

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