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Algae are a large and diverse group of simple, typically autotrophic organisms, ranging from unicellular to multicellular forms. The largest and most complex marine forms are called seaweeds. They are photosynthetic, like...
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Algae fuel, also called algal fuel, oilgae, algaeoleum or third-generation biofuel, is a biofuel from algae.
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Algae problems are a major concern to pond, lake, and watergarden owners. ... Not all aquatic plants are algae. Also, not all algae is created equal when it ...
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Algae is the common name for aquatic, photosynthetic organisms from the ... Algae are unicellular beings that either live alone or assembly themselves into colonies. ...
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Algae Fuels. CO2 Sequestration. Energy Conservation. Energy Efficiency. Energy from Waste ... Algae-Based on Chlorophyll Content. Classification of Algae-Based ...
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Controlling Algae. Algae control is often considered to be " ... And their solution to the algae problems in your pond is to filter the heck out of the water. ...
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The algae are a polyphyletic and paraphyletic group of organisms. ... There were several primary symbioses between eukaryotes and blue green algae. ...
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GreenFuel's high yield algae farms recycle carbon dioxide from industrial ... Algae can be converted to transportation fuels and feed ingredients or recycled ...
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Morphological and reproductive diversity of the Algae ... Click here for a discussion on where algae sit in various classification schemes. ...
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Main groups within the algae ... Nowadays, taxonomists consider other algae to be protists rather than plants but ... to be about 23,000 species of algae. ...
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Tags: Algae, Algaeventure Systems, Algenol, Energy & Environmental Research ... Posted in Algae, Bio-Hydrogen, Biofuels, Carbon Emissions, Climate change, ...
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Answers to frequently-asked questions about blue-green algae in rivers, lakes, and ponds and how to protect people and animals from illness that these toxins ...
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