Improving CO2 fixation efficiency by optimizing Chlorella PY-ZU1 culture conditions in sequential bioreactors.

@article{Cheng2013ImprovingCF,
  title={Improving CO2 fixation efficiency by optimizing Chlorella PY-ZU1 culture conditions in sequential bioreactors.},
  author={Jun Cheng and Yun Huang and Jia Feng and Jing Sun and Junhu Zhou and Kefa Cen},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={144},
  pages={
          321-7
        }
}
To fix CO2 emissions efficiently from flue gas of coal-fired power plants, the culture medium, light intensity and bioreactors were comprehensively optimized in the process of CO2 fixation by Chlorella PY-ZU1. To make up for relative insufficiency of nutrients (except for the carbon source) resulting from continuous bubbling of 15% CO2, three chemicals were added into the culture to optimize the molar ratios of nitrogen to carbon, phosphorus to carbon, and magnesium to carbon in culture from 0… Expand
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