Diversity Profile Of Oil Producing Microalgae In South East Of Queensland - Australia | 10341
Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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The cultivation of microalgae offers a cost-effective way of producing biofuels all year round with minimal use of land. We
have collected approximately 200 microalgae strains from marine, brackish and freshwater environments in South East
Queensland - Australia. After sampling, nutrients were added and single cells were isolated by micromanipulation and flow
cytometry. Pure cultures were then characterised by microscopy, DNA extraction/sequencing and metabolite analysis (including
lipid accumulation profiles by GC-MS). Phylogenetic tree was built for lipid profile and genetic relationship assessment.
Environmental samples were also collected for assessing diversity profiles of microorganisms in general and microalgae
communities in particular by using DNA sequencing on the 545 GS-FLX platform. The database is a good collection of oil
producing microalgae in the area.
Van Thang Duong has completed his Master of Environment from The University of Melbourne and is currently doing his Ph.D. at The University of
Queensland - Australia. He has 8 years of research experience on marine environment in tropical and sub-tropical areas in Vietnam and Australia
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