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Growth of Chlorella sorokiniana on a mixture of volatile fatty acids: The effects of light and temperature

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This study investigated the influence of light and temperature on Chlorella sorokiniana grown on a mixture of acetate and butyrate, two of the volatile fatty acids produced by dark fermentation. Exposure to light caused autotrophic biomass production (56% of the final biomass) and reduced the time to reach butyrate exhaustion to 7 days at 25°C from 10 days in the dark. For growth on acetate at the optimum temperature (35°C), the presence of butyrate reduced the growth rate (by 46%) and the carbon yield (by 36%). For successful microalgae growth on dark fermentation effluent, butyrate inhibition may be reduced by setting the temperature to 30°C and providing light.
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hal-01921730 , version 1 (07-08-2023)

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Violette Turon, Eric Trably, Eric Fouilland, Jean-Philippe Steyer. Growth of Chlorella sorokiniana on a mixture of volatile fatty acids: The effects of light and temperature. Bioresource Technology, 2015, 198, pp.852 - 860. ⟨10.1016/j.biortech.2015.10.001⟩. ⟨hal-01921730⟩
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