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Cultivation, photobioreactor design and harvesting of microalgae for biodiesel production: a critical review.
Microalgae have the ability to mitigate CO(2) emission and produce oil with a high productivity, thereby having the potential for applications in producing the third-generation of biofuels. The keyExpand
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Perspectives on microalgal CO₂-emission mitigation systems--a review.
The problem of climate change arising mainly from CO₂ emission is currently a critical environmental issue. Biofixation using microalgae has recently become an attractive approach to CO₂ capture andExpand
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Scenedesmus obliquus CNW-N as a potential candidate for CO(2) mitigation and biodiesel production.
This study aimed to achieve higher CO(2) consumption ability and lipid productivity of an indigenous microalgal isolate Scenedesmus obliquus CNW-N by a two-stage cultivation strategy. The microalgaExpand
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Fermentative hydrogen production and bacterial community structure in high‐rate anaerobic bioreactors containing silicone‐immobilized and self‐flocculated sludge
A novel continuously stirred anaerobic bioreactor (CSABR) seeded with silicone‐immobilized sludge was developed for high‐rate fermentative H2 production using sucrose as the limiting substrate. TheExpand
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Bioethanol production using carbohydrate-rich microalgae biomass as feedstock.
This study aimed to evaluate the potential of using a carbohydrate-rich microalga Chlorella vulgaris FSP-E as feedstock for bioethanol production via various hydrolysis strategies and fermentationExpand
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Rhamnolipid production with indigenous Pseudomonas aeruginosa EM1 isolated from oil-contaminated site.
Rhamnolipid is one of the most effective and commonly used biosurfactant with wide industrial applications. Systematic strategies were applied to improve rhamnolipid (RL) production with a newlyExpand
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Metal biosorption capability of Cupriavidus taiwanensis and its effects on heavy metal removal by nodulated Mimosa pudica.
A novel metal biosorption system consisting of the symbiotic combination of an indigenous metal-resistant rhizobial strain, Cupriavidus taiwanensis TJ208, and its host plant Mimosa pudica has beenExpand
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Anaerobic hydrogen production with an efficient carrier‐induced granular sludge bed bioreactor
A novel bioreactor containing self‐flocculated anaerobic granular sludge was developed for high‐performance hydrogen production from sucrose‐based synthetic wastewater. The reactor achieved anExpand
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Dark H2 fermentation from sucrose and xylose using H2-producing indigenous bacteria: feasibility and kinetic studies.
Cellulosic materials are the major components in biomass feedstock used for bioenergy production. Hydrolytic products of cellulosic substances consist primarily of hexose (e.g., glucose) and pentoseExpand
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Nitrogen starvation strategies and photobioreactor design for enhancing lipid content and lipid production of a newly isolated microalga Chlorella vulgaris ESP‐31: Implications for biofuels
Microalgae are recognized for serving as a sustainable source for biodiesel production. This study investigated the effect of nitrogen starvation strategies and photobioreactor design on theExpand
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