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2005; de Morais and Costa, 2007; Ratledge and Cohen, 2008). Algae are considered to have the highest growth potential among all the photoautotrophic organisms such as higher plants. , 2007), mainly by the aquatic phototrophs, cyanobacteria and algae. These microalgae grow faster and are able to produce a daily biomass of 20 g m-2 dry weight. , 2011). Besides their advantages over crop plants in terms of their cultivation requirements, there exist several other salient features which make algae an excellent candidate for renewable bioethanol applications.
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