Huifeng Peng

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As one of the promising species of microalgae for biofuel production, Chlorella vulgaris CS-42 was cultivated phototrophically in two cylindrical photobioreactors with aeration of 5 % (v/v) CO2 or air for 13 days to evaluate the effects of CO2 supplementation on biomass, CO2 fixation performance, and biochemical content. Significant increases of specific(More)
BACKGROUND Microalgae are emerging as suitable feedstock for renewable biofuel production and providing a promising way to alleviate green house gas CO2. Characterizing the metabolic pathways involved in the biosynthesis of energy-rich compounds and their global regulation upon elevated CO2 is necessary to explore the mechanism underlying rapid growth and(More)
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