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2001) experimentally reaffirmed the validity of the physiological and biochemical attributes used by Massjuk (1973) to discriminate sections among the subgenus Dunaliella. In their work, Cifuentes et al. (2001) included two oligo-euhaline strains of D. tertiolecta (section Tertiolectae), and seven hyperhaline strains belonging to sections Dunaliella, Virides, and Peircei. They studied the effect of a wide range of salinities (1 to 30% NaCl w/v) on growth and pigment content in isolates that were acclimated or not acclimated to specific experimental conditions.

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