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Iwas surprised to see one student culturing sponge cells to obtain spicules in iquest programme, may I know how to grow sponge obtained from the sea in lab conditions?
Question Date: 2005-02-16
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This publication reports about the culturing of sponges:
Biomolecular Engineering 20 (2003) 339 - 347
Long-term culture of sponge explants: conditions enhancing survival and growth, and assessment of bioactivity
Sonia de Caralt, Gemma Agell, Mara-J. Uriz

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