Filamentous cyanobacteria triples oil production in seawater-based medium supplemented with industrial waste: monosodium glutamate residue

@inproceedings{Jiang2019FilamentousCT,
  title={Filamentous cyanobacteria triples oil production in seawater-based medium supplemented with industrial waste: monosodium glutamate residue},
  author={Liqun Jiang and Jiongming Sun and Changliang Nie and Yizhen Li and J. Steven Jenkins and Haiyan Pei},
  booktitle={Biotechnology for biofuels},
  year={2019}
}
Background To overcome the daunting technical and economic barriers of algal biofuels, we evaluated whether seawater can be a viable medium for economically producing filamentous Spirulina subsalsa as feedstock, using monosodium glutamate residue (MSGR) produced by the glutamate extraction process as an inexpensive nutrient source. Results Spirulina subsalsa cannot grow in pure seawater, but exhibited faster biomass accumulation in seawater supplemented with MSGR than in freshwater medium… CONTINUE READING
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