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Friday, March 27 • 08:00 - 17:00
[VIRTUAL] Study of Dunaliella salina Growth in Chicken Waste Media Under Specific Light Intensities

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Dunaliella salina is a saltwater micro-algae capable of producing high levels of lipids. These lipids are used as a food source for the sustainable aquaculture market. The purpose of this research is to determine how to optimize the growth of D. salina using chicken waste as a cost-effective means of providing nutrients for lipid production. Lumens ratings of 450-5000 were used to grow D. salina. Algal growth and chlorophyll content were measured under these conditions. Once a suitable light intensity for growth has been determined, future work will focus on measuring lipid production as chicken waste levels are changed.



Friday March 27, 2020 08:00 - 17:00 EDT
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