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Bioflocculation as an innovative harvesting strategy for microalgae
Alam, M.A.; Vandamme, D.; Chun, W.; Zhao, X.; Foubert, I.; Wang, Z.; Muylaert, K.; Yuan, Z. (2016). Bioflocculation as an innovative harvesting strategy for microalgae. Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 15(4): 573-583. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1007/s11157-016-9408-8
In: Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology. Springer: London; Dordrecht; Boston. ISSN 1569-1705; e-ISSN 1572-9826, meer
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Trefwoorden
    Marien; Brak water; Zoet water
Author keywords
    Bioflocculation; Spontaneous settling; Coagulation; EPS; AOM;Dewatering; Biofuels; Algae

Auteurs  Top 
  • Alam, M.A.
  • Vandamme, D., meer
  • Chun, W.
  • Zhao, X.
  • Foubert, I., meer
  • Wang, Z.
  • Muylaert, K., meer
  • Yuan, Z.

Abstract
    Microalgae are a promising new source of biomass for the production of third generation biofuels but, so far, the majority of microalgal biomass has been used for high-value applications. New low-cost technologies are needed to make the production and processing of microalgae economically feasible for low-value applications. A major challenge lies in the harvesting of microalgae, which requires a cost-efficient separation technology. Flocculation, especially bioflocculation, is an attractive low-cost separation technology. Various new bioflocculation strategies have been claimed to generate major advances in cost-efficient harvesting. Here, we review the recent advances in bioflocculation based on algal-bacterial, algal-fungal, or algal-algal interactions within the framework of microalgae biomass harvesting for biofuel production. We also discuss recent advances using infochemicals and genetic engineering for the induction of bioflocculation.

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