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Exploring biostimulation of plant hormones and nitrate supplement to effectively enhance biomass growth and lutein production with thermo-tolerant Desmodesmus sp. F51.

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Summary of "Exploring biostimulation of plant hormones and nitrate supplement to effectively enhance biomass growth and lutein production with thermo-tolerant Desmodesmus sp. F51."

In this study, the interactive effect of plant hormone-salicylic acid and succinic acid on biomass growth, lutein content, and productivity of Desmodesmus sp. F51 were investigated. The results demonstrated that the synergistic action of salicylic acid and succinic acid could effectively enhance the assimilation of nitrate and significantly improve lutein production. The maximal lutein content 7.01 mg/g and productivity 5.11 mg/L/d could be obtained with a supplement of 100 µM salicylic acid and 2.5 mM succinic acid in batch culture. Furthermore, operation strategy of nitrate fed-batch coupled with supplementation for succinic acid and salicylic acid resulted in further enhancement of lutein content and productivity by 7.50 mg/g and 5.78 mg/L/d, respectively. The performance is better than most of the previously reported values.

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Name: Bioresource technology
ISSN: 1873-2976
Pages: 121883

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