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作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Imran Pancha ...
来源:[J].Biotechnology for Biofuels(IF 5.552), 2017, Vol.10 (1)Springer
摘要:Microalgae accumulate a considerable amount of lipids and carbohydrate under nutrient-deficient conditions, which makes them one of the promising sustainable resources for biofuel production. In the present study, to obtain the biomass with higher lipid and carbohydrate contents,...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Imran Pancha ...
来源:[J].PLoS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.9 (10)DOAJ
摘要:The main objective of the present study is to effectively utilize the de-oiled algal biomass (DAB) to minimize the waste streams from algal biofuel by using it as an adsorbent. Methylene blue (MB) was used as a sorbate for evaluating the potential of DAB as a biosorbent. The DAB ...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Imran Pancha ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2015, Vol.180, pp.162-171Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Lack of control over temperature is one of the major issues in large scale cultivation of microalgae. Therefore, it is important to evaluate the effects of cultivation temperature on the growth and physiology of microalgae. In the present study, freshwater micro...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Imran Pancha ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2016, Vol.221, pp.455-460Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Dairy wastewater collected from local dairy industry was used as a growth media (without any pre-treatment) for the cultivation of microalgae Acutodesmus dimorphus . The level of COD reduced over 90% (from 2593.33 ± 277.37 to 215 ± 7.07 mg/L) after 4 days of cul...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Madhusree Mitra ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2016, Vol.214, pp.787-796Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In view of commercialization of microalgal biofuel, the de-oiled microalgal biomass (DMB) is a surplus by-product in the biorefinery process that needs to be exploited to make the process economically attractive and feasible. This DMB, rich in carbohydrates, proteins...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Rahulkumar Maurya ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2015, Vol.189, pp.341-348Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Microalgal biomass is considered as potential feedstock for biofuel production. Enhancement of biomass, lipid and carbohydrate contents in microalgae is important for the commercialization of microalgal biofuels. In the present study, salinity stress induced physiolo...
作者:Imran Pancha , Kaumeel Chokshi , Sandhya Mishra
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2015, Vol.179, pp.565-572Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Microalgal mixotrophic cultivation is one of the most potential ways to enhance biomass and biofuel production. In the present study, first of all ability of microalgae Scenedesmus sp. CCNM 1077 to utilize various carbon sources under mixotrophic growth conditio...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Basil George ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2014, Vol.156, pp.146-154Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The aim of present study was to investigate the effects of nitrogen limitation as well as sequential nitrogen starvation on morphological and biochemical changes in Scenedesmus sp. CCNM 1077. The results revealed that the nitrogen limitation and sequential nitrogen s...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , Imran Pancha ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2016, Vol.207, pp.197-204Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The present study demonstrates the utilization of the algal hydrolysate (AH) prepared from lipid extracted residual harmful bloom-forming cyanobacteria Lyngbya majuscula biomass, as a growth supplement for the cultivation of green microalgae Chlorella vulgaris . BG-1...
作者:Kaumeel Chokshi , S.V. Vamsi Bharadwaj ...
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2015, Vol.197, pp.363-368Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Nutrients are the deciding factors in the biological production of bioactive compounds. Various growth media like BG11, Zarrouk’s and Chu’s 10 were studied for carotenoid production in Synechocystis sp. CCNM 2501. Maximum carotenoid content (dry weight basis) wa...

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