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Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode

Nur, M. M. A., Garcia, G. M., Boelen, P. & Buma, A. G. J., Oct-2019, In : Journal of Applied Phycology. 31, 5, p. 2855-2867 13 p.

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Nur, M. M. A., Garcia, G. M., Boelen, P., & Buma, A. G. J. (2019). Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode. Journal of Applied Phycology, 31(5), 2855-2867. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10811-019-01806-9

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Nur, M. M. Azimatun ; Garcia, G. M. ; Boelen, P. ; Buma, A. G. J. / Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode. In: Journal of Applied Phycology. 2019 ; Vol. 31, No. 5. pp. 2855-2867.

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Nur, MMA, Garcia, GM, Boelen, P & Buma, AGJ 2019, 'Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode', Journal of Applied Phycology, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 2855-2867. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10811-019-01806-9

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Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode. / Nur, M. M. Azimatun; Garcia, G. M.; Boelen, P.; Buma, A. G. J.

In: Journal of Applied Phycology, Vol. 31, No. 5, 10.2019, p. 2855-2867.

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Nur MMA, Garcia GM, Boelen P, Buma AGJ. Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode. Journal of Applied Phycology. 2019 Oct;31(5):2855-2867. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10811-019-01806-9


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title = "Enhancement of C-phycocyanin productivity by Arthrospira platensis when growing on palm oil mill effluent in a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation mode",
abstract = "Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is well known as agricultural wastewater that has a high potential as a medium for microalgal growth due to its high macro- and micronutrient content. The cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis is considered as a species with a high C-phycocyanin (C-PC) content which is important for fine chemical and pharmaceutical applications. However, cultivation of A. platensis on POME to produce economically feasible amounts of C-PC has not been well explored. For this, environmental, nutritional, and cultivation modes (batch, semi-continuous) were varied to optimize C-PC productivity when cultivated at various POME concentrations. Arthrospira platensis was found to grow well on POME. Highest biomass and C-PC concentrations were found on 30–100{\%} POME. Central composite rotatable design (CCRD) response surface methodology demonstrated that C-PC productivity was influenced by urea addition at the optimum salinity. The highest C-PC productivity was found on 100{\%} POME during semi-continuous cultivation, while the addition of phosphorus and urea did not significantly improve C-PC productivity. By applying semi-continuous cultivation with 50{\%} POME at the first stage and 100{\%} POME at the second stage, a similarly high C-PC productivity (4.08 ± 1.3 mg L−1 day−1) was achieved as compared with (artificial) Zarrouk medium during batch cultivation. We conclude that, when using a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation process, A. platensis can produce economically feasible amounts of C-PC when cultivated on 100{\%} POME.",
keywords = "Wastewater, Light intensity, Urea, C-PC, Arthrospira platensis, semi-continuous, SPIRULINA-PLATENSIS, LIPID PRODUCTION, WASTE-WATER, BIOMASS, MICROALGAE, OPTIMIZATION, EXTRACTION, GROWTH, ANTIOXIDANT, REMOVAL",
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AU - Nur, M. M. Azimatun

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AU - Boelen, P.

AU - Buma, A. G. J.

PY - 2019/10

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N2 - Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is well known as agricultural wastewater that has a high potential as a medium for microalgal growth due to its high macro- and micronutrient content. The cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis is considered as a species with a high C-phycocyanin (C-PC) content which is important for fine chemical and pharmaceutical applications. However, cultivation of A. platensis on POME to produce economically feasible amounts of C-PC has not been well explored. For this, environmental, nutritional, and cultivation modes (batch, semi-continuous) were varied to optimize C-PC productivity when cultivated at various POME concentrations. Arthrospira platensis was found to grow well on POME. Highest biomass and C-PC concentrations were found on 30–100% POME. Central composite rotatable design (CCRD) response surface methodology demonstrated that C-PC productivity was influenced by urea addition at the optimum salinity. The highest C-PC productivity was found on 100% POME during semi-continuous cultivation, while the addition of phosphorus and urea did not significantly improve C-PC productivity. By applying semi-continuous cultivation with 50% POME at the first stage and 100% POME at the second stage, a similarly high C-PC productivity (4.08 ± 1.3 mg L−1 day−1) was achieved as compared with (artificial) Zarrouk medium during batch cultivation. We conclude that, when using a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation process, A. platensis can produce economically feasible amounts of C-PC when cultivated on 100% POME.

AB - Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is well known as agricultural wastewater that has a high potential as a medium for microalgal growth due to its high macro- and micronutrient content. The cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis is considered as a species with a high C-phycocyanin (C-PC) content which is important for fine chemical and pharmaceutical applications. However, cultivation of A. platensis on POME to produce economically feasible amounts of C-PC has not been well explored. For this, environmental, nutritional, and cultivation modes (batch, semi-continuous) were varied to optimize C-PC productivity when cultivated at various POME concentrations. Arthrospira platensis was found to grow well on POME. Highest biomass and C-PC concentrations were found on 30–100% POME. Central composite rotatable design (CCRD) response surface methodology demonstrated that C-PC productivity was influenced by urea addition at the optimum salinity. The highest C-PC productivity was found on 100% POME during semi-continuous cultivation, while the addition of phosphorus and urea did not significantly improve C-PC productivity. By applying semi-continuous cultivation with 50% POME at the first stage and 100% POME at the second stage, a similarly high C-PC productivity (4.08 ± 1.3 mg L−1 day−1) was achieved as compared with (artificial) Zarrouk medium during batch cultivation. We conclude that, when using a two-stage semi-continuous cultivation process, A. platensis can produce economically feasible amounts of C-PC when cultivated on 100% POME.

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KW - LIPID PRODUCTION

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KW - BIOMASS

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KW - OPTIMIZATION

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KW - GROWTH

KW - ANTIOXIDANT

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JO - Journal of Applied Phycology

JF - Journal of Applied Phycology

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