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- Hussain, Fida; Shah, Syed Zahir; Shuaib, Muhammad; Bahadur, Saraj; Muhammad, Ikram
- Limnological review 2019 v.19 no.4 pp. 191-198
- ammonia; arable soils; biobased products; biomass; carbon dioxide; carbon dioxide fixation; clearcutting; cost effectiveness; economic feasibility; energy; eutrophication; fatty acids; habitats; microalgae; microorganisms; nutrient uptake; nutrients; odors; oxygen production; photosynthesis; pollutants; surface water; taste; toxicity; waste disposal; wastewater; wastewater treatment
- ... Excessive microalgal blooms can be caused by waste disposal into natural water bodies resulting in the destruction of aquatic life. However,, microalgae are also known to efficiently remediate pollutants. After the treatment of wastewater, microalgae absorb specific nutrients and can enhance the production of bioproducts. Growing microalgae as an alternative to wastewater treatment and bioproduct ...