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Transcript of Algae

Algae A pillar in our society? Breeding Process Breeding process Open systems Closed systems Harvesting Types Algae BioFuels Extraction of the oil Production of biofuels Questions? Problems · Breeding process
· Biofuels
· Food industry
· Medical applications By-products processing Food additives Medical applications Anti-viral Functional Ingredients Applications Macro Algae
multi-cellular aquatic plants Different methods
bind the oil in suspension
separated by filtration
unbound by destilation
Pulp processed in Byproduct processing Table of contents No Solid starting Base
Ethical issues Positive Anti-Viral agent
HAART treatment
Toxic S. Vulgare
Sulphate polysaccharides extracts
Hinders the merging with the membrane Anti-viral Blue-green algae
influence on replicationcycle
Isolation of sulfoglycolipids
influences transcriptase Sargassum Vulgare:
Amino acids,
Brown algae:
PUFA ( Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acids) Color additives
Controlled stress environment
Chlorophylls for green
Carotenoids for yellow orange and red
Phycocyanin for blue Micro Algae
uni-cellular aquatic plant cells Pulp
Dried pulp
Biogas released
Agricultural fertilizer oil + methanol
Natriumethanolate katalisator
Glucerol (10%)
sold to bigger enterprises
Methyl esters (90%)
used as biofuels
95% of the Natriumethanolate is recycled Biogas
production of energy
release of heat
optimization of the breeding. By-products processing hard to control
low investment costs
most of the time outdoor
low productivity (equal to natural breeding) High quality algae production
most of the time indoor
extremely high productivity (5g/l) Strict control of
illumination Batch
prior to reaching stationary phase
maximal density
indoor Harvesting Continuous
growth chamber
together with the washing of the oil

partial periodical harvesting
original volume
supplementing nutrients added Anti-Bacterial Alternative for common pharmacological treatments
Experimental phase lot of possibilities many sectors
Improved medical treatments
Cleaner alternative for Fuels
Interesting raw material
Less waste material
Natural additives and colorants Conclusion hard to grow specific cultures
high risk of contamination
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