CHLOROPHYLL IN SPIRULINA BIOMASS FOR ACTION DIFFERENT DOSES OFTRACE ELEMENTS IN THE CULTURE MEDIA

G. V. Merzlova

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Bilotserkivskiy national agrarian university,

pl. Soborna, 8/1, Bila Cherkva, 09117, Kyiv region, Ukraine

Biomass of Spirulina contains absolutely all substances that are necessary for normal functioning of animals. A number of special substances bioprotektory, biocorrector and stimulators not found in any of the product of natural origin. This causes the phenomenal properties of spirulina as food and health care product of a wide spectrum of action. Spirulina is a versatile bioprotektorom biocorrector and systemic effects.

Spirulina using blue and green pigments, one of which is called Phykozyan (blue), and the second chlorophyll (green), converts the radiant energy of the sun into the energy of chemical bonds to form complex organic substances from carbon dioxide and water. This synthetic process makes spirulina clean, simple, yet extremely high and complex valued food and feed additive.

Photosynthesis of Spirulina, like all organisms fotoavtotrofnyh counts, so we conducted a study determining the chlorophyll content in the biomass of Spirulina platensis on exposure to different concentrations of zinc and cobalt in the nutrient medium.

By the action of zinc in concentrations of 6.0 mg/l to 8 days to stimulate the synthesis of chlorophyll occurs, and a high dose of metal 12.0 mg/l and 24.6 mg/l after six days of cultivation leads to inhibition of the synthesis of chlorophyll.

With increasing doses of cobalt in the nutrient medium of 0.68 mg/l to 7.0 mg/l set pattern of increase in the concentration of chlorophyll biomass in Spirulina platensis. By further increasing the dose of the metal in the nutrient medium, this pattern disappears.

Keywords: BIOMASS, COBALT, SPIRULINA, ANUTRIENT MEDIUM, CHLOROPHYLL, ZINC

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