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Algal nutrient solution

Algal nutrient solutions are made up of a mixture of chemical salts and water. Sometimes referred to as "Growth Media", nutrient solutions (along with carbon dioxide and light), provide the materials needed for algae to grow. Nutrient solutions, as opposed to fertilizers, are designed specifically for use in aquatic environments and their composition is much more precise.

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  • University of Texas growth media recipes.
  • University of Cologne growth media recipes
  • ACOI: Culture Media and Recipes
  • Culture Media Recipes and Culture Medium Kits (CCMP, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences)
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