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Synonyms for algae

primitive chlorophyll-containing mainly aquatic eukaryotic organisms lacking true stems and roots and leaves

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Muscat: Oman has a great potential to provide algae for synthesis of biofuel, observers in the field of biology have stated.
The goal of the Algae DISCOVR Project--short for Development of Integrated Screening, Cultivar Optimization and Validation Research--is to reduce the cost and time necessary to bring algae into biofuel production.
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Green algae range in size from microscopic to large plants, and can be single celled, colonial, or filamentous.
The North China Sea Marine Forecasting Center of State Oceanic Administration reports the algae bloom grew from 1,500 square km on May 22 to 35,000 square km on June 4.
Cooperation with RAE is intended to secure Neste Oil's access to a cost-effective supply of industrial volumes of algae oil in the future.
In the PNNL process, a slurry of green algae is pumped into the front end of a chemical reactor.
Engineers have created a continuous chemical process that produces useful crude oil minutes after they pour in harvested algae - a verdant green paste with the consistency of pea soup.
And because the alga doesn't need any additional nitrogen sources beyond nitric oxide to grow, it could reduce the cost of raising algae for biofuel production.
But a new generation of biofuels based on algae might just change all that.
The UAE is planning to become a world leader in biofuels from the algae industry by 2020, joining major countries which have already started practical steps in producing energy and biofuels from the algae industry.
Algae is actually a general term for a wide variety of ancient plants and aquatic colonial bacteria.
There are currently more than 127,000 separate species and infraspecific algae listed in the database known as AlgaeBase.
Algix LLC, Bogart, Georgia, USA, is blending high-protein-content algae with thermoplastics to make new bioplastics for disposable and durable applications.
Nearly 15,000 gallons of algae grow inside the tubes, which are housed in a massive structure called a shade house.