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ALGAE 1986;1(1): 103-106.
Ecological study of Dinoflagellates Responsible for Red Tide 2. the Population growth of Prorocentrum minimum (Pav.) Schiller
Hak-Gyoon Kim
National Fisheries Research & Development Agency
Prorocentrum minimum (Pav.) Schiller, one of the important dinoflagellates responsible to red tide, was grown in Iwasaki SW II medium. The unialgal culture was held at 29℃, 30 ppt and at 2,750 lux light intensity with photoperiod of 14:10 light and dark cycle, P. minimum showed approximately 12 days of exponential growth phase in which the population increased by a growth coefficient of 0.31 per day. the population doubling time was 53.7 hrs, in other words, the growth rate of 0.45 divisions per day.
Key words: Culture study, Dinoflagellates, Prorocentrum minimum

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