Haematococcus


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Haematococcus

An invalid bacterial genus name [Bergey’s], replaced by Babesia.
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NAXA and our members are committed to the production and research of natural astaxanthin derived from Haematococcus pluvialis.
However, the red colour you are experiencing may be indicative of an algae - Haematococcus - which is a common occurrence in bird bath water and will happen whether the bird bath is made of concrete, plastic or steel.
Industrial production of microalgal cell-mass and secondary products-species of high potential: Haematococcus," in Microalgal Culture: Biotechnology and Applied Phycology, Ed.
By cultivating Haematococcus algae, MC Biotech is able to produce a natural source of astaxanthin, which offers a higher value-added product when compared to oil derived synthetic compounds.
Accumulation and protection activity of protease-resistant heat-stable proteins in Haematococcus pluvialis during high light and nitrogen starvation.
Preliminary clinical evaluation of toxicity and efficacy of a new astaxanthin-rich Haematococcus pluvialis extract.
Presencia de Haematococcus pluvialis (Flotow, 1844) en la provincia de Zamora (Haematococcaceae).
Vitamins have been reported to be another important component since they increase the productivity of vegetative Haematococcus cultures.
Natural astaxanthin is produced and extracted from Haematococcus microalgae (Lorenz and Cysewski, 2000).