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Volume 9
Issue 4
Online publication date 2014-03-15
Title Features of cultivation of the microalgae chlorella when receiving biofuel
Author Alexander Khudokormov, Andrey Samkov, Nikita Volchenko, Dmitry Perevyazka, Anna Dubina
Abstract Parameters of cultivation of a strain in microalgae of Chlorella sp. were studied. This strain was used as a producer of the vegetative lipids forming a basis of production of biofuel. There were determined the optimum environment, mode of lighting and the cultivation temperature, which allowed  achieving the maximum quantity of a biomass.
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Keywords Microalgae, biofuel, lighting, nutrient medium, temperature, cultivation conditions, photobioreactor
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/ati.2013.24
Pages 152-155
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