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Title: Management of autotrophic mass cultures of micro-algae
Authors: Toerien, DF
Grobbelaar, JU
Walmsley, RD
Keywords: Aquaculture
Effluents
Algal technology
Micro- Algae
Diatoms
Issue Date: 1987
Citation: Toerien, DF, Grobbelaar, JU, and Walmsley, RD. 1987. Management of autotrophic mass cultures of micro-algae. Chapter 6, Elsevier B.V. Amsterdam, pp111-123
Abstract: Interest in the mass cultivation of micro-algae as feed and foodstuff has existed since the turn of the century (Robinson and Toerien, 1962). Experiments using algae in photosynthetic research (Warburg, 1919) also led to an appreciation of the rapidity of growth of certain micro-algae.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4836
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