Local polysaccharide-producing soil cyanobacteria as potential soil conditioners in Nakhonsawan Province, Thailand
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy
School of Natural Sciences
Faculty of Computing, Health and Science
This study describes the successful cultivation of an indigenous (from Nakhonsawan) extrapolysaccharide-producing algal strain, and demonstrates its soil-conditioning potential in a greenhouse environment. The results show that local algal resources have potential as soil conditioners. The process involved surveying soil algae to identify potential candidates, selection of the most suitable candidate followed by optimisation for biomass production. mass cultivation and soil inoculation.
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Moopayak, S. (2008). Local polysaccharide-producing soil cyanobacteria as potential soil conditioners in Nakhonsawan Province, Thailand. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/235
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