Properties and Products of Algae

Properties and Products of Algae
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Proceedings of the Symposium on the Culture of Algae sponsored by the Division of Microbial Chemistry and Technology of the American Chemical Society, held in New York City, September 7-12, 1969
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Artikel-Nr:
9781468418248
Veröffentl:
2012
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PDF
Seiten:
154
Autor:
J. Zajic
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PDF
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PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
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Englisch
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The Fermentation and Biotechnology Division of the American Chemical Society annually organizes symposia on topics vital to the applied biosciences. In September, 1969, a symposium was held on "e;Properties and Products of Algae"e;. Papers presented at this symposium covered numerous aspects of algal culture with emphasis on the special properties and products produced by algae of economic interest. The art of handling algae is rapidly becoming a science. The papers presented herein are part of man's attempt to understand the contribution of the algae to man's world. v Contributors to this Volume: H. H. Blecker Department of Chemistry University of Michigan Flint College Flint, Michigan Y. S. Chiu Biochemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Science University of Western Ontario London, Ontario N. L. Clesceri Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York Thomas H. Haines The City College of the City University of New York New York, New York Raymond W. Holton Department of Botany University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee Eva Knettig Biochemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Science University of Western Ontario London, Ontario P. J. Lavin Albany County Health Department Albany, New York vii viii CONTRIBUTORS G. C. McDonald Albany County Sewer District Albany, New York Edward J. Schantz Department of the Army Fort Detrick, Maryland R. D. Spear Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York B. Volesky Biochemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Science University of Western Ontario London, Ontario Varley E. Wiedeman Department of Biology University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky J. E.
The Fermentation and Biotechnology Division of the American Chemical Society annually organizes symposia on topics vital to the applied biosciences. In September, 1969, a symposium was held on "e;Properties and Products of Algae"e;. Papers presented at this symposium covered numerous aspects of algal culture with emphasis on the special properties and products produced by algae of economic interest. The art of handling algae is rapidly becoming a science. The papers presented herein are part of man's attempt to understand the contribution of the algae to man's world. v Contributors to this Volume: H. H. Blecker Department of Chemistry University of Michigan Flint College Flint, Michigan Y. S. Chiu Biochemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Science University of Western Ontario London, Ontario N. L. Clesceri Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York Thomas H. Haines The City College of the City University of New York New York, New York Raymond W. Holton Department of Botany University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee Eva Knettig Biochemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Science University of Western Ontario London, Ontario P. J. Lavin Albany County Health Department Albany, New York vii viii CONTRIBUTORS G. C. McDonald Albany County Sewer District Albany, New York Edward J. Schantz Department of the Army Fort Detrick, Maryland R. D. Spear Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York B. Volesky Biochemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering Science University of Western Ontario London, Ontario Varley E. Wiedeman Department of Biology University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky J. E.

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