Cultivation of microalgae Chlorella vulgaris in photobioreactor for biodiesel production

Dorota J Debska
Microalgae are gaining considerable attention as a feedstock for biodiesel production. They can be grown away from the croplands and hence do not compromise food crop supplies. The ability of microalgae to capture solar energy and fix CO2 is a promising process for sustainable production of biomass. Chlorella vulgaris may be suitable for biodiesel production due to its faster growth and easier cultivation compared to other strains. The effect of media composition and process conditions...
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