Avigad Vonshak of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheba (bgu) with expertise in: Agricultural Plant Science, Genetics and Biotechnology. Read Ajay ni and Avigad Vonshak. 5 Outdoor Mass Production of Spirulina: The Basic Concept. Avigad Vonshak. 6 Tubular Bioreactors. Giuseppe. Avigad Vonshak. Chien, L-F. and Vonshak, A. Enzymatic antioxidant response to low-temperature acclimation in the cyanobacterium Arthrospira.

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Kinetic response of photosystem II photochemistry in the cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis to high salinity is characterized by two distinct phases. Sub-optimal morning temperature induces photoinhibition in dense outdoor cultures of the alga Monodus subterraneus Eustigmatophyta.

Personal Authors, Boussiba, S. The main objective of my work relates to the physiology of microalgae as related to mass culturing outdoors.

Chemical Composition and Osmotic Adjustment. This study may provide a tool to identify strains suitable for outdoor mass-production in different regions characterized by different climate conditions.

Photoinhibition in outdoor cultures of the cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis. The main activities in my group along the above mentioned line are: In the current study, we demonstrate that by modifying the light available to Arthrospira platensis cells cultured outdoors by a variety of options like modifying the standing biomass concentration, changing the mixing rate, or shading can change the potential vinshak activity and apparent activity.


Avigad Vonshak

Biological limitations in developing the biotechnology for algal mass cultivation. The main goal of these studies is to try to understand the mechanisms involved in the adaptation of dense algal cultures to the extreme environment existing in many drylands.

Lipid and biomass production by the halotolerant microalga Nannochloropsis salina. Adaptation of Spirulina platensis to salinity-stress.

Light acclimation and photoinhibition in three Spirulina platensis isolates. Production of Vonsha biomass: Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia Journal of Applied Phycology 5: Chebulinic acid, a known tannin of T. Escape will cancel and close the window.

Handbook of Microalgal Mass Culture, Biological constrains in algal biotechnology. Jun 1, Publication Name: The effect of temperature and cell concentration on fatty acid composition of outdoor cultures of Porphyridium cruentum.

Extremophilic micro-algae and their potential contribution in biotechnology. Fatty acid composition of Spirulina strains under various environmental conditions. Vonshak is aigad internationally mainly for his contribution to the development of avigxd biotechnology for mass culturing of the blue-green algae cyanobacteria Spirulina under large-scale conditions.

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The effect of diphenylamine on astaxanthin biosynthesis in Haematococcus pluvialis was studied. Photoacclimation in the red alga Porphyridium cruentum: Acclimation to low temperature of two Arthrospira platensis Cyanobacteria strains involves down-regulation of PSII and improved resistance to photoinhibition.

This study aimed to compare the ability of two Arthrospira platensis Nordst. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands,pp. Screening South Indian medicinal plants for antifungal activity against cutaneous pathogens more. Recent advances in microalgal biotechnology. The feasibility of mass cultivation of Porphyridium. Edited by Avigad Vonshak. Changes in photosynthetic enzymes, electron carriers, and light-saturated rate of photosynthesis as a avigd of irradiance and spectral quality. Laboratory techniques for the culturing of microalgae.

Management of Spirulina mass culture. Economic and Social Aspects. Production of Spirulina biomass:

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