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Characterization of photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixation ability of indigenous Scenedesmus obliquus isolates

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Characterization of photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixation ability of indigenous Scenedesmus obliquus isolates
Abstract

Photosynthetic mitigation of CO2 with microalgae is promising from many aspects, thereby becoming a popular research topic. In this study, seven out of twenty-two indigenous Scenedesmus obliquus isolates obtained from southern Taiwan were selected for detailed study on their CO2 fixation ability. Among them, 2 strains, namely, S. obliquus CNW-N and AS-6-1, displayed high cell growth rate and CO2 removal ability when they were grown on 20% CO2. The 2 strains show a high specific growth rate of 1.019 and 1.065 d−1, respectively, along with a high biomass concentration (2.63 and 1.90 g L−1, respectively). The biomass productivity of S. obliquus CNW-N and AS-6-1 was 201.4 and 150.7 mg L−1 d−1, respectively and the CO2 consumption rate could reach 390.2 and 290.2 mg L−1 d−1, respectively, which are higher than that reported by most relevant studies.

Keywords
Carbon dioxide fixation; Scenedesmus obliquus; Microalgae
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biochemical Engineering Journal - Volume 53, Issue 1, 15 December 2010, Pages 57–62
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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