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Evaluating the stoichiometric and energetic constraints of cyanobacterial diurnal growth

@article{Reimers2016EvaluatingTS,
  title={Evaluating the stoichiometric and energetic constraints of cyanobacterial diurnal growth},
  author={A. Reimers and Henning Knoop and A. Bockmayr and Ralf Steuer},
  journal={arXiv: Molecular Networks},
  year={2016}
}
Cyanobacteria are an integral part of the Earth's biogeochemical cycles and a promising resource for the synthesis of renewable bioproducts from atmospheric CO2 . Growth and metabolism of cyanobacteria are inherently tied to the diurnal rhythm of light availability. As yet, however, insight into the stoichiometric and energetic constraints of cyanobacterial diurnal growth is limited. Here, we develop a computational platform to evaluate the optimality of diurnal phototrophic growth using a high… Expand
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