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- Phycoremediation is defined as the use of either macro-algae or micro-algae for the removal or biotransformation of pollutants, including nutrients and xeno-biotics from wastewater.
- Micro-Algae refer to unicellular, green micro-organisms, capable of growing in extremely harsh and difficult environments by taking in carbon-dioxide from the environment and giving out oxygen through photosynthesis.
- During Phycoremediation, micro algae uses carbon, nitrogen, prosperous & other nutrients & salts. Unlike bacteria which has membrane, micro algae has cell wall and through the cell wall micro algae bio accumulate or bio transform the contaminants from the polluted water.
- Due to cell wall, Micro Algae based systems are much more stable, robust and shock free than that of bacterial systems which has membrane which are sensitive.