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Microalgal Production for Biomass and High-Value Products, Hardback Book

Microalgal Production for Biomass and High-Value Products Hardback

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Microalgae are a particularly interesting source of products that range from currently marketed human nutritionals and food ingredients, to potential sources of biofuels and animal feeds.

Rapid advances in technology and commercial development are taking place worldwide.

Importantly, algal cultivation does not compete with agriculture for land, water, and in some cases, fertilizer resources. Microalgal Production for Biomass and High-Value Products covers the field from a variety of perspectives with 14 chapters contributed by recognized academic experts and industrial practitioners.

The book presents the latest technologies and innovations in algal biomass production, from cultivation in open ponds and photobioreactors, to strain selection, synthetic biology, pest control, harvesting, and processing.

It explores novel algal products and addresses key issues, including markets, supply chains, business strategies, legal issues, current products, and future prospects.

This book brings together the latest advances of interest to those already working in the field while providing an introduction to those beginning to learn about the promise of microalgae as a sustainable source of both specialty and commodity products.

It gives stimulating overviews from many different perspectives that describe how laboratory and applied research are creating advances in commercial microalgae production.

It also addresses the still many open questions and challenges in this field.

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Also by Stephen P. Slocombe