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  • ALGAE

    ALGAE Algae are eukaryotic organisms that have no roots‚ stems‚ or leaves but do have chlorophyll and other pigments for carrying outphotosynthesis. Algae can be multicellular or unicellular. Unicellular algae occur most frequently in water‚ especially in plankton. Algae are eukaryotic organisms that have no roots‚ stems‚ or leaves but do have chlorophyll and other pigments for carrying out photosynthesis. Algae can be multicellular or unicellular. Unicellular algae occur most frequently in water

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  • Green Algae

    Green algae have many similarities to land plants. It has many variety body types and the multicellular forms do not have cells separated into tissues‚ which is what divides green algae from land plants. Green algae are a very diverse group of freshwater algae. Many green algae form long filaments. The cells stay attached after they divide. Spirogyra can become so numerous they form dense mats of growth in surfaces of ponds‚ which is called pond scum. This pond scum is interesting to see through

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  • Algae Growth Condition

    Reduction of Carbon dioxide greenhouse gas by microalgae fixation leading to biomass‚ biochemical and biofuel production After recognizing that the first and second generation of biodiesels is from sugar‚ vegetable oils and lignocellulosic biomass‚ microalgae are now known as the ‘third generation of biodiesel’. As many studies have told us that microalga is a promising organism for mass production of biomass and biofuel which are renewable and environmental friendly. Microalgae have a higher

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  • Algae Farming

    need an oil alternative‚ which is both economically friendly‚ and environmentally friendly. Algae farming tends to fall in both of these categories; what’s more‚ it is also efficient. For three very important rationales‚ I stand in a strong affirmation for this bill‚ in which we will fund algae farming. First off‚ Algae farming can be farmed realistically anywhere. There are very few requirements for algae biofuel. All biofuels that are created from land plants have specific soil-quality requirements

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  • Algae Growth

    Algae are simple organisms that typically produce their own food through photo-synthesis. They are similar to higher plants‚ but they lack many of the distinct organs that you will find in a higher plant. The higher plants are believed to have evolved from algae‚ and algae are believed to have gotten their capacity for photosynthesis from cyanobacteria. Algae can be unicellular as well as multi-cellular. Large and complex forms found in the ocean are commonly referred to as seaweed and can look very

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  • Thalgo: The Health Benefits Of Algae

    year 1999 the company was founded in the south of France. Using the benefits of algae and active marine ingredients in Cosmetics. The sea contains all traces and micro- nutrients all essential to the human metabolism. Algae has the extra ordinary ability to concentrate all the riches of marine life. Algae can contain up to 1000 times more iodine‚ 100 times more calcium‚ and 10 times more magnesium than a land plant. Algae is also rich in vitamins and once dried with the micronisation technique they

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  • Blue Green Algae

    BLUE GREEN ALGAE ESSAY Blue Green Algae is a natural part of our water ways‚ which has existed in harmony in these environments for centuries. It has only become a problem in recent times due to its increased growth and aggression due to factors caused by humans. These factors consist mainly of excess phosphorous seeping into the water ways from fertilisers used to promote the growth of farm land cropping. Essentially we have over fed Blue Green algae‚ causing an unstable explosion of growth

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  • ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMICAL IMPORTANCE OF ALGAE

    ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMICAL IMPORTANCE OF ALGAE Introduction..........................................................................................................2 Physical and ecological features of algae.............................................................4 Size range and diversity of structure.............................................................4 Distribution and abundance...........................................................................5 Photosynthesis and light-absorbing

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  • Algae Biofuel

    A Seminar Report On “BLUE EYES” TECHNOLOGY By Anuj Arora(UE7510) [pic] University Institute of Engineering and Technology‚ Panjab University [2010-2011] Overview 1. Need of Biofuels – Global Problems 2. Algae – Part of Solution 3. Current Trends In Production 4. Recent Research 5. Challenges 6. Conclusions Need of Biofuels – Global Problems Global Problems – Oil Price/Supply ▪ Peak oil approaching. ▪ Current oil and diesel prices

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  • Relationship between algae and tidepool chemistry

    physic-chemical conditions and few organisms are able to live in rockpools. These abiotic factors have a significant influence in community dynamics and population (Therriault‚ 2002). Thus‚ it has large abundance of specialized taxa living in rockpools‚ such as algae (Murase‚ 2013). The water chemistry of rockpools fluctuates rapidly when low tide‚ particularly oxygen

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