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Microalgae-based carbohydrates for biofuel production
Abstract Microalgae are considered as the most promising renewable feedstock for biofuel production and biorefineries, due to their advantages of fast growth, efficient carbon dioxide fixation, notExpand
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Biohydrogen production from lignocellulosic feedstock.
Due to the recent energy crisis and rising concern over climate change, the development of clean alternative energy sources is of significant interest. Biohydrogen produced from cellulosic feedstock,Expand
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High yield bio-butanol production by solvent-producing bacterial microflora.
Highly efficient butanol-producing bacterial microflora were isolated from hydrogen-producing sludge of a sewage treatment plant. Based on denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) analysis andExpand
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Cultivation of Chlorella vulgaris JSC-6 with swine wastewater for simultaneous nutrient/COD removal and carbohydrate production.
Swine wastewater, containing a high concentration of COD and ammonia nitrogen, is suitable for the growth of microalgae, leading to simultaneous COD/nutrients removal from the wastewater. In thisExpand
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Enhanced di-rhamnolipid production with an indigenous isolate Pseudomonas aeruginosa J16
Abstract A newly isolated indigenous strain Pseudomonas aeruginosa J16 was able to produce a glycolipid biosurfactant (i.e., rhamnolipid). Analyses with 13C NMR and mass spectrometry show that theExpand
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Enhancing butanol production with Clostridium pasteurianum CH4 using sequential glucose-glycerol addition and simultaneous dual-substrate cultivation strategies.
Adding butyrate significantly enhanced butanol production from glycerol with Clostridium pasteurianum CH4, which predominantly produces butyrate (instead of butanol) when grown on glucose. Hence, theExpand
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Perspectives on the feasibility of using microalgae for industrial wastewater treatment.
Although microalgae can serve as an appropriate alternative feedstock for biofuel production, the high microalgal cultivation cost has been a major obstacle for commercializing such attempts. One ofExpand
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Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic feedstock by novel cellulases originating from Pseudomonas sp. CL3 for fermentative hydrogen production.
A newly isolated indigenous bacterium Pseudomonas sp. CL3 was able to produce novel cellulases consisting of endo-β-1,4-d-glucanase (80 and 100 kDa), exo-β-1,4-d-glucanase (55 kDa) andExpand
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Nutrients and COD removal of swine wastewater with an isolated microalgal strain Neochloris aquatica CL-M1 accumulating high carbohydrate content used for biobutanol production.
In this study, a carbohydrate-rich microalga Neochloris aquatica CL-M1 was adapted to grow in swine wastewater. The effects of cultivation conditions (i.e., temperature, light intensity or N/P ratio)Expand
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Enhancing bio-butanol production from biomass of Chlorella vulgaris JSC-6 with sequential alkali pretreatment and acid hydrolysis.
This study presents a successful butanol production method using alkali and acid pretreated biomass of Chlorella vulgaris JSC-6. The butanol concentration, yield, and productivity were 13.1g/L,Expand
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