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Title: Microalgal Biotechnology Application Towards Environmental Sustainability
Authors: Kamyab, Hesam
Chelliapan, Shreeshivadasan
Kumar, Ashok
Rezania, Shahabaldin
Talaiekhozani, Amirreza
Khademi, Tayebeh
Rupani, Parveen Fatemeh
Sharma, Swati
Keywords: Microalgal biotechnology
Environmental sustainability
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Abstract: Algae are one among the foremost photosynthetic living groups beside plants and bacteria. Algae are composed of eukaryote cell. They are usually found in marine and fresh water with the size extending from a couple of micrometers to a couple of many micrometers. Green growth called algae have an excellent part in nourishment and agribusiness and in misusing microbial exercises for creating significant human items, producing vitality, and tidying up the earth. Green growth can be additionally separated into microalgae and macroalgae in light of their size. Those with diameters below 50 μm are called microalgae and are usually monocellular organisms, while algae with larger sizes are macroalgae. Macroalgae or “seaweeds” are multicellular plants growing in salt or fresh water. They are often fast growing and can reach sizes of up to 60 m in length (McHugh 2003).
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