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“…The general properties of RBBF-C9 were determined according to a previous study [16]. The content of polysaccharides in RBBF-C9 was analyzed by using the phenol–sulfuric acid method using glucose as the standard [68].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
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“…The general properties of RBBF-C9 were determined according to a previous study [16]. The content of polysaccharides in RBBF-C9 was analyzed by using the phenol–sulfuric acid method using glucose as the standard [68].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…It has been estimated that the cost of biomass harvesting generally accounts for more than 30% of the total production cost of microalgal biofuels. Various harvesting strategies have been developed to separate the microalgae cells from their culture broth, including centrifugation, air flotation, ultrasound, filtration, flocculation, electrolytic method, magnetic coagulant, gravity sedimentation [1, 5, 1114], and bio-flocculation based on algal/bacterial, algal/fungal, or algal/algal interactions [15, 16]. Centrifugation, air flotation, and ultrasound are not economical for large-scale harvest of microalgae due to the requirement of high energy inputs [17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…A study by Wang et al [102] optimized the co-culture conditions of Chlorella and bioflocculantproducing bacteria in synthetic wastewater using response surface methodology (RSM) for enhancing Chlorella harvesting and lipid content, and the results showed that the increase of Chlorella harvesting efficiency reached 450-500% and the increase of lipid content was over 210%. Cell self-flocculation, which widely occurs in microorganisms including several self-flocculating microalgae, refers to cell aggregation and adhesion of cells to each other in liquid culture due to special cell surface properties [103]. The greatest advantages of cell self-flocculation for cell harvest are that it does not need chemical addition, and thus is cost effective, free of chemical contaminations and environmentally friendly [101].…”
Section: Harvesting and Extractionmentioning
“…For co-culture with S. obliquus, the efficiency went from 28.1 to 62.7 % when diluted 1 to 2 and to 41.2 % when diluted 1 to 5 with JSC-7. For CNW11 co-cultured with JSC-7, the efficiency went from 25.6 % to 68.3 and 34.8 at 1:2 and 1:5 dilution, respectively (Alam et al 2014). These same authors isolated and partially characterized a polysaccharide-based agent that was shown to be particularly strong in flocculating the CNW11 strain (>85 % efficiency within 1 h) with a concentration as low as 0.5 mg/L (Alam et al 2014).…”
Section: Bioflocculationmentioning
“…For CNW11 co-cultured with JSC-7, the efficiency went from 25.6 % to 68.3 and 34.8 at 1:2 and 1:5 dilution, respectively (Alam et al 2014). These same authors isolated and partially characterized a polysaccharide-based agent that was shown to be particularly strong in flocculating the CNW11 strain (>85 % efficiency within 1 h) with a concentration as low as 0.5 mg/L (Alam et al 2014). Diatoms have also been used to induce flocculation in Nannochloropsis cultures, which were subsequently filtered and dried (unpublished; Ben-Amotz 2009).…”
Section: Bioflocculationmentioning