2017
DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.169372
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Abstract: In this work it was carried out the bioremediation of water containing chlorides with native microalgae (MCA) provided by the Centre for study and research in biotechnology (CIBIOT) at Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. Microalgae presented an adaptation to the water and so the conditions evaluated reaching a production of CO 2 in mg L -1 of 53.0, 26.6, 56.0, 16.0 and 30.0 and chloride removal efficiencies of 16.37, 26.03, 40.04, 25.96 and 20.25% for microalgae1, microalgae2, microalgae3, microalgae4 and micr… Show more

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“…The adaptation to high chloride level has been reported in green alga Botryococcus braunii (Rao, Dayananda, Sarada, Shamala, & Ravishankar, ). Ramírez, Vélez, Rendón, and Alzate () reported the use of algae in the bioremediation of water where chloride removal efficiencies ranged within 16%–40% with different species at an initial chloride concentration of 20 g/L.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The adaptation to high chloride level has been reported in green alga Botryococcus braunii (Rao, Dayananda, Sarada, Shamala, & Ravishankar, ). Ramírez, Vélez, Rendón, and Alzate () reported the use of algae in the bioremediation of water where chloride removal efficiencies ranged within 16%–40% with different species at an initial chloride concentration of 20 g/L.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The growth of microalgae in seawater derives from their ability to transform inorganic matter into organic using the sun’s energy during photosynthesis (Rendón et al ., 2015), and seawater is rich in inorganic salts with the major ionic composition estimated as 10.781 g/kg (Na), 19.353 g/kg (Cl), 1.284 g/kg (Mg), 0.4176 g/kg (Ca), 0.399 g/kg (K) and 2.712 g/kg (S) (Quinby‐Hunt and Turekian, 1983). In addition, some microalgae are halophilic organisms and thus have strategies that enable them to adapt to the osmotic stress of marine environments, maintaining high intracellular concentrations of salt and synthesizing some solutes that help them in balancing their osmotic pressure (Li et al ., 2011).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…and Scenedesmus sp. easily adapted to this type of water (Ramirez et al, 2018), (Chellappa et al, 2008). Likewise, Kim et al (2007) reported the growth of Chlorella sp and Scenedesmus sp.…”
Section: Selection Of the Microalgaementioning
confidence: 92%