al·gae | /ˈæl dʒi/ :

plural noun: a diverse assembly of mostly photosynthetic organisms
that include the seaweeds and numerous microscopic forms. Algae contain
chlorophyll and many other pigments, but lack true stems, roots, leaves,
flowers and vascular tissue.

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We are asking for your help in determining the best time to hold our 2018 Summer Algal Training Workshop. The survey (link below) only takes a few minutes and your input will assist us in scheduling the workshop when a majority of you all are available to attend.


About UTEX

The UTEX Culture Collection of Algae at the University of Texas at Austin includes over 3,000 different strains of living algae, representing most major taxa. Cultures in the Collection are used for research, teaching, biotechnology development, and various other projects throughout the world. UTEX supports this community of users through the provision of algal cultures along with a variety of other goods and services. This website contains a listing of the cultures maintained by UTEX, conditions for their maintenance, information regarding the purchase of cultures, and various other features of UTEX.