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Light intensity and N/P nutrient affect the accumulation of lipid and unsaturated fatty acids by Chlorella sp.
In this study, different light intensities (80, 160, 240 and 320 μmol/m(2) s) and various mediums including control medium (CM), N/P rich medium (NPM), N rich medium (NM), and P rich medium (PM) wereExpand
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Bioprocess considerations for microalgal-based wastewater treatment and biomass production.
Nowadays, microalgae received wide attention due to several advantages for biochemicals and renewable/sustainable biofuels production. Moreover, the utilization of microalgae as robust cellularExpand
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Phosphate limitation promotes unsaturated fatty acids and arachidonic acid biosynthesis by microalgae Porphyridium purpureum
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) are highly appreciated on their nutritive value for human health and aquaculture. P. purpureum, one of the red microalgae acknowledged as a promising accumulatorExpand
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Enhancing total fatty acids and arachidonic acid production by the red microalgae Porphyridium purpureum
ObjectivesThis study investigated the effect of aeration rate and light intensity on biomass production and total fatty acids (TFA) accumulation by Porphyridium purpureum. The red microalgae is alsoExpand
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Harvesting of Microalgal Biomass
Dewatering of microalgal broth is a key unit operation for producing algal fuels and other products. Dewatering is expensive and a factor hindering the commercialization of low-value algal productsExpand
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Sustainable microalgae-based palm oil mill effluent treatment process with simultaneous biomass production†
The production of copious quantities of waste palm oil mill effluent (POME) is an unavoidable consequence of palm oil industries, and requires effective treatment before discharge into theExpand
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