Marine plants from Korea. The marine benthic flora of Southern Australia. South Australian Government Printing Division. Hydroclathrus clathratus The marine benthic flora of southern Australia.
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Oil and alginate content in Hydroclathrus clathratus of the st. DOI: In Bangladesh commercially important species of seaweeds is reported to be very low. This plant is usually 10—20 cm in diameter, very irregularly globose and much convoluted, with variously sized perforations over the whole thallus having a wall of 3—6 layers of cells.
Wang et al. Till now there is no record on oil and alginate content in H. This study was undertaken to determine the oil and alginate content in H. Figure 1 Hydroclathrus clathratusfound in the St. After removing the unwanted matter, samples were washed thoroughly with sea water and half of the collected fresh samples were prepared for analysis of Oil and alginate content.
The rest of the samples were kept on a tray in open field under the sun for drying. The percentage of alginate, as sodium alginate, was determined following the methods of McHugh. Oil content of H. No published report was found on oil content of H. Senthil 8 reported the oil contents 2. The percentage of alginate as Sodium alginate was found Sodium alginate content was found higher during February, when the species was in its full bloom.
[Isolation and identification of the secondary metabolites from Hydroclathrus clathratus].