Hyper-accumulation of starch and oil in a Chlamydomonas mutant affected in a plant-specific DYRK kinase
BACKGROUND: Because of their high biomass productivity and their ability to accumulate high levels of energy-rich reserve compounds such as oils or starch, microalgae represent a promising feedstock for the production of biofuel. Accumulation of reserve compounds takes place when microalgae face adverse situations such as nutrient shortage, conditions which also provoke a stop in cell division, and down-regulation of photosynthesis. Despite growing interest in microalgal...[Show more]
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