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Behaviour of Dunaliella Salina in microfluidic contraction devices

Infante, Vincenzo and Haw, Mark and Oliveira, Monica (2014) Behaviour of Dunaliella Salina in microfluidic contraction devices. In: British Society of Rheology Midwinter Meeting, 2015-12-14 - 2015-12-15, Lindisfarne Centre.

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Abstract

The importance of microorganisms and their fundamental functions in different contexts is well-documented; they constitute a major part of the world's biomass and play a vital biological role in ecosystems. Microorganisms can be found in almost every part of the biosphere and are utilised in a wide range of applications that encompass food and beverage preparation, genetic engineering and renewable energy. [1, 2]