Marine algae as modern industrial products Iridophycan In Marine Algae Industrial importance and use

Schmid, O.J.

Bot Marinapl.: 59-61

1962


Accession: 024978251

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Abstract
The raw materials for this product are a number of species of Iridea which occur on the Pacific coasts of North America and Chile, as well as on the coasts of Patagonia. They contain agelan similar to carrageenan, which should attain great commercial significance, particularly as a stabilizer.