New antibacterial compounds from Ulva fasciata (Gray)

Chakraborty, Kajal and Lipton, A P and Paulraj, R (2007) New antibacterial compounds from Ulva fasciata (Gray). Marine Fisheries Information Service, Technical and Extension Series (194). pp. 11-12.



Chlorophytan seaweeds, popularly known as green algae, identified in both intertidal and deep water regions of the seas, are of immense bioactive value. A wide range of antimicrobial compounds from green algae, viz., terpenses, polyphenolic compounds and steroids have been detected from various parts of the world. Ulva fasciata, a green alga belonging to the family Ulvaceae commonly known as "sea lettuce" that grows in seashore of south India and coastal regions of Asia- Pacific and Arabian Sea.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:antibacterial compounds; Ulva fasciata
Subjects:Fish and Fisheries > Fish Nutrition
Fish and Fisheries > Biochemical Study
Divisions:CMFRI-Cochin > Marine Biotechnology
ID Code:2988
Deposited By:Dr. V Mohan
Deposited On:03 Sep 2010 17:01
Last Modified:28 Jan 2015 11:43

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