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The biosorption of cadmium by immobilized Spirulina platensis on alginate gel and silica gel was studied. The maximum biosorption capacities for alginate immobilized cells and silica immobilized cells were 70.92 and 36.63 mg Cd/g biomass, respectively. Temperature did not have an influence on metal sorption, whereas an initial pH solution did. Sorption(More)
The accumulation and toxicity of cadmium in Puntius gonionotus fish that consumed the cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis contaminated with cadmium were studied. Fish were fed cadmium-contaminated cells for 4 weeks, after which cadmium accumulation in various organs was determined. The highest cadmium content was found in the kidney (56.0 microg Cd/g wet(More)
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