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[Review] Microalgae - A promising tool for heavy metal remediation
Author Kumar, K. Suresh; Shin, Kyung-Hoon
Corresponding Author Info Prof. Shin, Kyung-Hoon (신경훈 교수, 해양융합과학과)
E-mail 메일shinkh@hanyang.ac.kr
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Source ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 2015, 113, 329-352
Times Cited 53 (2017.10.13.)
External Information pdfhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0147651314005740
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- 출판연도: MAR 2015

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Biotechnology of microalgae has gained popularity due to the growing need for novel environmental technologies and the development of innovative mass-production. Inexpensive growth requirements (solar light and CO2), and, the advantage of being utilized simultaneously for multiple technologies (e.g. carbon mitigation, biofuel production, and bioremediation) make microalgae suitable candidates for several ecofriendly technologies. Microalgae have developed an extensive spectrum of mechanisms (extracellular and intracellular) to cope with heavy metal toxicity. Their wide-spread occurrence along with their ability to grow and concentrate heavy metals, ascertains their suitability in practical applications of waste-water bioremediation. Heavy metal uptake by microalgae is affirmed to be superior to the prevalent physicochemical processes employed in the removal of toxic heavy metals. In order to evaluate their potential and to fill in the loopholes, it is essential to carry out a critical assessment of the existing microalgal technologies, and realize the need for development of commercially viable technologies involving strategic multidisciplinary approaches. This review summarizes several areas of heavy metal remediation from a microalgal perspective and provides an overview of various practical avenues of this technology. It particularly details heavy metals and microalgae which have been extensively studied, and provides a schematic representation of the mechanisms of heavy metal remediation in microalgae. (C) 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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