alexa Abstract | Algomics for the Development of a Sustainable Microalgae Biorefinery
ISSN: 2168-9431

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Biofuels production from biomass is a sustainable alternative to fossil fuel. Biomass is a renewable source comparatively to an expected depleted fossil fuel. Microalgae are known by its potential to grow on any land where none other crop can grow, can produce biomass all year long. The biomass could be used to produce biofuels and byproducts without competing with food. Unfortunately, microalgae biorefinery is not commercially viable. High-value byproducts could contribute in the biorefinery feasibility. There is a need to improve their yield and quality. Algomics is the application of genomic and post-genomic approaches and considered powerful tools for a better understanding of algae cells metabolism and physiology. Then, the data would be used to develop sustainable strategies for oil and byproducts yield and quality improvement and a profitable microalgae industry.

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Author(s): Mustapha Benmoussa


Microalgae, Biomass, Biorefinery, Biodiesel, Algomics, Metabolomics, Cell Culture,Autophagosomes

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