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Mapping Algae of Sundarban Origin as Lipid Feedstock for Potential Biodiesel Application

@inproceedings{Barman2012MappingAO,
  title={Mapping Algae of Sundarban Origin as Lipid Feedstock for Potential Biodiesel Application},
  author={Nirupam Barman and Gour Gopal Satpati and Sudeshna Senroy and Nilofer Khatoon and R. Sen and S. Kanjilal and Rbn and Ruma Pal},
  year={2012}
}
  • Nirupam Barman, Gour Gopal Satpati, +5 authors Ruma Pal
  • Published 2012
  • Biology
  • Six Cyanobacterial and fifteen other algal taxa from Sundarban mangrove forest of South East Asia have been analyzed for total lipid estimation and fatty acid profiling to search for a suitable feedstock for algal biodiesel production. Total lipid content varied from 7 – 23 % for the studied genera. GCMS analysis revealed that Palmitic (16:0) and Oleic (18:1) as major fatty acids from the taxa collected from freshwater, brackish water and marine habitat of Sundarban with variable salinity (0… CONTINUE READING
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