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Researchers Focus on Dinoflagellate Microalgae to Produce Biodiesel
Researchers at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) have analyzed the potential of different species of microalgae for producing biodiesel, comparing their growth, production of biomass and the quantity of lipids per cell (essential for obtaining fuel).

Their study shows that one type of marine algae that has received little attention until now—dinoflagellate microalgae—is highly suitable for cultivation with the aim of producing biodiesel.

 
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