Energy | VOL. 9, ISSUE 52, January-February 2009 |

Energy from Algae

Bio fixation of carbon dioxide using micro algae has emerged as a potential option as it has advantages of efficient photosynthesis superior to C4 plants - those plants that form four carbon stable intermediates in the photosynthetic process; generally associated with agricultural and large terrestrial plants, fast proliferation rates, wide tolerance to extreme environments, and potential for intensive cultures. These advantages promise high performance in the reduction of carbon dioxide. Micro algae not only sequesters carbon dioxide but in the...

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