In summary, although these strains of B. braunii have presented a typical Evaluation of two Portuguese strains of Botryococcus braunii as biofuel feedstock. The microalga Botryococcus braunii is widely regarded as a and is thus relevant for large scale biofuel production and industrial applications.Abstract · Introduction · Material and methods · Results and discussion. This paper presents a review on microalga Botryococcus braunii (B. braunii) with an production for possible industrial commercialization in biodiesel production.
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Botryococcus braunii has great potential for algaculture because of the hydrocarbons it produces, which can be chemically converted into fuels.
Transesterification can NOT be used to make biodiesel from Botryococcus oils. This is because these oils are not vegetable oils in the common meaning, in which they are fatty acid triglycerides.
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According to IHI, the enhanced strain of algae features an exceptionally high growth rate and is able to produce high hydrocarbon content.
The monoculture experiments revealed that the growth rate of a B. Oils[ edit ] Three major botryococcus braunii biofuel of Botryococcus braunii are known, and they are distinguished by the structure of their oils. Botryococcenes botryococcus braunii biofuel unbranched isoprenoid triterpenes having the formula CnH2n The A race produces alkadienes and alkatrienes derivatives of fatty acids wherein n is an odd number 23 through