Live Phytoplankton Culturing  There are 6 products.

  • £ 6.95
    Product Description Strongly suggest that inline air filters are used between the air source and your  microalgae cultures. Place sterile cotton in tube to stop contaminants. Fits 3/16″, 1/4″ or 3/8″ tubing. Adapters for 3/16″ tubing included and mounting clamp / clip.
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  • £ 10.30
    Product DescriptionSmall inline filters, for reducing air contamination in microalgae subcultures. Disposable filters that have been adapted to connect to stndard 5mm airline tubing, are 1″ (25mm) diameter and have either 0.45 or 0.20 µm (micron) acetate membrane. Maximun operating pressure is 7.03 Kg/sq cm (100psi).
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  • £ 3.59
    Clear 5mm rigid airline suitable for normal silicone airline tubing, which will fit directly over the tube for use in fish aquarium. Excellent for rotifer and algae cultures Specifications:O/D 5mm I/D 3mm Wall 1mm x 2 tubes
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  • £ 3.63
    Clear 5mm rigid airline suitable for normal silicone airline tubing, which will fit directly over the tube for use in fish aquarium. Excellent for rotifer and algae cultures Specifications:O/D 5mm I/D 3mm Wall 1mm x 2 tubes 
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  • £ 195.99
    The plankton light reactor is a simple system for producing plankton in a natural food chain. Within the plankton light reactor, micro-algae are produced with light, fertiliser and CO2. The micro-algae can be fed directly to many filter-feeding invertebrates, and especially to zooplankton.
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  • £ 74.95
    Many species of salt and freshwater zooplankton can be cultivated in the plankton reactor. The zooplankton has great growth potential: under optimal algal nutrition the number of rotifers (Brachionus) may double over four days. Brachionus is the ideal food for raising many marine fish larvae and invertebrates in the saltwater aquarium.
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