Commercial production of microalgae: ponds, tanks, tubes and fermenters. Author / Creator: Borowitzka, M.A.. Journal / Series: Journal of Biotechnology. Volume. Commercial production of microalgae: ponds, tanks, tubes and fermenters. Borowitzka, M.A. | British Library Online Contents | Publication – article. Commercial production of microalgae: ponds, tanks, tubes and fermenters. Journal of Biotechnology, 70(), ,
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Effect of light-path length in outdoor flat-plate reactors on output rate of cell mass and of EPA in Nannochloropsis species. Regrettably, indication of oof fee is not available. An integrated solar and artificial light system for internal illumination of photobioreactors. British Library Conference Proceedings Cell cultures from marine invertebrates: Fishing products from the sea-rational downstream processing of marine bioproducts.
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British Library Online Contents Production of a-tocopherol by sequential heterotrophic-photoautotrophic cultivation of Euglena gracilis. The main microalgal species grown are Chlorella and Spirulina for health food, Dunaliella sauna forbeta-carotene, Haematococcus pluvialis for astaxanthin and several species productjon aquaculture.
Aquaculture of sponges on scallops for natural products research and antifouling. Biosynthesis and properties of an extracellular metalloprotease from the Antarctic marine bacterium Sphingomonas paucimobilis. Substrate consumption rates for hydrogen production by Rhodobacter sphaeroides in a column photobioreactor.
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