Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions

Schwarzhans JP, Cholewa D, Grimm P, Beshay U, Risse JM, Friehs K, Flaschel E (2015)
Journal of Applied Phycology 27(4): 1389-1399.

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Journal of Applied Phycology
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1389-1399
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Schwarzhans JP, Cholewa D, Grimm P, et al. Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions. Journal of Applied Phycology. 2015;27(4):1389-1399.
Schwarzhans, J. P., Cholewa, D., Grimm, P., Beshay, U., Risse, J. M., Friehs, K., & Flaschel, E. (2015). Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions. Journal of Applied Phycology, 27(4), 1389-1399. doi:10.1007/s10811-014-0458-4
Schwarzhans, J. P., Cholewa, D., Grimm, P., Beshay, U., Risse, J. M., Friehs, K., and Flaschel, E. (2015). Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions. Journal of Applied Phycology 27, 1389-1399.
Schwarzhans, J.P., et al., 2015. Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions. Journal of Applied Phycology, 27(4), p 1389-1399.
J.P. Schwarzhans, et al., “Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions”, Journal of Applied Phycology, vol. 27, 2015, pp. 1389-1399.
Schwarzhans, J.P., Cholewa, D., Grimm, P., Beshay, U., Risse, J.M., Friehs, K., Flaschel, E.: Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions. Journal of Applied Phycology. 27, 1389-1399 (2015).
Schwarzhans, Jan Philipp, Cholewa, Dominik, Grimm, Philipp, Beshay, Usama, Risse, Joe Max, Friehs, Karl, and Flaschel, Erwin. “Dependency of the fatty acid composition of Euglena gracilis on growth phase and culture conditions”. Journal of Applied Phycology 27.4 (2015): 1389-1399.