Euglenoides_Cultured in_IISc_Continous phase Algal reactor_Durgamadhab



Potentially the most favorable algae for nutrient removal (C,N and P removal), and bio-fuel (lipid) generation. These flagellated can even grow at anoxic – anaerobic conditions due to mixotrophic mode of nutrition.

For more info check out the links below:

http://www.academia.edu/2648466/Euglena_sp._as_a_suitable_source_of_lipids_for_potential_use_as_biofuel_and_sustainable_wastewater_treatment

http://www.academia.edu/2648450/Treatment_efficacy_of_algae-based_sewage_treatment_plants

http://www.academia.edu/2940979/Algal_biofuel_from_urban_wastewater_in_India_Scope_and_challenges


Post time: Dec-06-2016