Researchers find a plant that can be used to feed a microalgae strain to boost its potential as a biofuel

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(Natural News) According to a study, which was published in the journal Algal Research, feeding certain algae some plants can produce biofuel for your car. Data from the study, which involved researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and other partner institutions, revealed that a freshwater production strain of Auxenochlorella protothecoides (A. protothecoides) can degrade and use non-food plant substrates (e.g. switchgrass). Surprisingly,…

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