The screening of new microalgae for biofuel production at AMD area
- The screening of new microalgae for biofuel production at AMD area
- 윤현식; 최재영
- microalgae; AMD
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- 대한화학회 춘계 학술대회
- - A total of 30 algal cultures were isolated from acid mine drainage at abandoned mine. Out of 30 cultures, 4 green microalglae isolates (Nephroselmis sp. KGE1, Uronema sp. KGE3, Micractinium sp.
KGE4, and Scenedesmus sp. KGE7) were selected based on their searching the NCBI BLAST and new strains uploaded GenBANK. BLAST compare with the similarity of the new species is very low, each other 89 %, 94 %, 89 %, and 97 %.
- And lipid content of KGE1, KGE3, KGE4, and KGE7 were 33±0.60, 25±0.07, 40±1.25, and 40±0.25 wt%.
- Also, Palmitic acid (C16:0), Linolelaidic acid (C18:2n6t), and γ-Linolenic acid (C18:3n6) were found to be the major fatty acid which altogether accounted for 76.8%, 74.5%, 61.6%, and 80.9% of total fatty acid(TFA) in Nephroselmis sp. KGE1, Uronema sp. KGE3, Micractinium sp. KGE4, and Scenedesmus sp. KGE7 respectively.
- Therefore, isolated microalgae from AMD are making it the valuable for the production of bio-diesel.
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