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  • proper n. A taxonomic genus within the family Dunaliellaceae — pink halophile algae.

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Examples

  • Time Line products by Ahava all contain Dunaliella Algae, a plant indigenous to the shores surrounding the Dead Sea.

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  • As indicated by Figure 1, which is taken from work on Dunaliella algae in my own laboratory (2), the fermentative upgrading of the lysates opens up the opportunity for running biosystems not only in the humid tropics, but also in arid lands that comprise quite a bit of the earth's surface (Table 1).

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  • A. Ben A.otz and M. A.ron, "Glycerol, - carotene and Dry A.gal M.al Production by Dunaliella," in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Production and Use of M.croalgae Biomass, Israel, 17 - 22

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  • The key to the microbes' millennia-long survival may be their fellow captives - algae, of a group called Dunaliella.

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  • The research team is studying Dunaliella, which grows in brackish or salty water - to map the Dunaliella genome and identify the genes responsible for regulating the quantities and qualities of the produced fatty acids.

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  • In the high - salinity ponds, the Dunaliella algae produce a red color and halophilic bacteria (i.e., organisms requiring a salty environment) contribute a purplish-red color.

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  • Dunaliella algae proliferates and the color of this ponds become a lighter shade of green.

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  • In the moderate-salinity ponds, [[Dunaliella algae]] proliferates and the color of this ponds become a lighter shade of green.

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  • Dunaliella algae proliferate and the color of this ponds become a lighter shade of green.

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  • Dunaliella salina, for example, can live in water with a 30% salt content (ocean water is about 3% salt).

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