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Cryopreservation studies of an artificial co-culture between the cobalamin-requiring green alga Lobomonas rostrata and the bacterium Mesorhizobium loti

Algal-bacterial co-cultures, rather than cultures of algae alone, are regarded as having the potential to enhance productivity and stability in industrial algal cultivation. As with other inocula in biotechnology, to avoid loss of production strains, it is important to develop preservation methods for the long-term storage of these cultures, and one of the most commonly used...

A comparison of methods for the non-destructive fresh weight determination of filamentous algae for growth rate analysis and dry weight estimation

The determination of rates of macroalgal growth and productivity via temporal fresh weight (FW) measurements is attractive, as it does not necessitate the sacrifice of biomass. However, there is no standardised method for FW analysis; this may lead to potential discrepancies when determining growth rates or productivity and make literature comparison problematic. This study...

Bioremediation efficacy—comparison of nutrient removal from an anaerobic digest waste-based medium by an algal consortium before and after cryopreservation

Carbon Capture and BiOMass Production LInked Supply cHain) from the Welsh Government, TATA Steel Strip Products UK, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water Cyf and Axium Process Ltd. In addition, Alla Silkina and John G Day

Comparison of screening methods for high-throughput determination of oil yields in micro-algal biofuel strains

Stephen P. Slocombe QianYi Zhang Kenneth D. Black John G. Day Michele S. Stanley The phenotypic and phylogenetic diversity of micro-algae capable of accumulating triacylglycerols provides a