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  1. Enhancing Solar Chemical Production: Innovations in Immobilization of Photosynthetic Microbes
  2. Mapping Nanocellulose- and Alginate-Based Photosynthetic Cell Factory Scaffolds: Interlinking Porosity, Wet Strength, and Gas Exchange
  3. A significant improvement in hydrogen gas production by green algal cultures
  4. Employing Green Algae to Produce Hydrogen and Caprolactone in a Stepwise Process Using Sunlight
  5. Bioinspired mechanically stable all-polysaccharide based scaffold for photosynthetic production
  6. Photosynthetically produced sucrose by immobilized Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 drives biotransformation in E. coli
  7. Flv3A facilitates O 2 photoreduction and affects H 2 ...
  8. Flv3A facilitates O2 photoreduction and affects H2 photoproduction independently of Flv1A in diazotrophic Anabaena filaments
  9. Photosynthetic hydrogen production
  10. Nanocellulose-based mechanically stable immobilization matrix for enhanced ethylene production: a framework for photosynthetic solid-state cell factories
  11. Electrospinning of Electroconductive Water-Resistant Nanofibers of PEDOT–PSS, Cellulose Nanofibrils and PEO: Fabrication, Characterization, and Cytocompatibility
  12. Algae could efficiently split water into hydrogen and oxygen using sunlight
  13. Hydrogen Photoproduction in Green Algae: Novel Insights and Future Perspectives
  14. Engineered solid-state cyanobacterial cell factories produced "green" ethylene for over a month.
  15. Elimination of the flavodiiron electron sink facilitates long-term H2 photoproduction in green algae
  16. Immobilized heterocysts as microbial factories for sustainable nitrogen fixation
  17. Acclimation responses of immobilized N2-fixing heterocystous cyanobacteria to long-term H2 photoproduction conditions: carbon allocation, oxidative stress and carotenoid production
  18. Nanocellulose-embedded cyanobacteria and green algae for biofuel production
  19. Whole-cell immobilization of green algae and cyanobacteria
  20. A new method of green hydrogen production
  21. Light to hydrogen conversion efficiency by green algae and cyanobacteria
  22. Production of carotenoids by the nordic cyanobacterium Calothrix
  23. ChlamydomonasFlavodiiron Proteins Facilitate Acclimation to Anoxia During Sulfur Deprivation
  24. Hydrogen Photoproduction by Immobilized N2-Fixing Cyanobacteria: Understanding the Role of the Uptake Hydrogenase in the Long-Term Process
  25. Heterocyst-specific flavodiiron protein Flv3B enables oxic diazotrophic growth of the filamentous cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. PCC 7120
  26. Recent Developments on Cyanobacteria and Green Algae for Biohydrogen Photoproduction and Its Importance in CO2 Reduction
  27. Immobilization of Photosynthetic Microorganisms for Efficient Hydrogen Production
  28. A versatile method for preparation of hydrated microbial–latex biocatalytic coatings for gas absorption and gas evolution
  29. Sustained hydrogen photoproduction by phosphorus-deprived Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cultures
  30. Maximizing the hydrogen photoproduction yields in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cultures: The effect of the H2 partial pressure
  31. Extended H2 photoproduction by N2-fixing cyanobacteria immobilized in thin alginate films
  32. A truncated antenna mutant of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii can produce more hydrogen than the parental strain
  33. Algal Hydrogen Production
  34. Phenotypic diversity of hydrogen production in chlorophycean algae reflects distinct anaerobic metabolisms
  35. Hydrogen production by photoautotrophic sulfur-deprivedChlamydomonas reinhardtiipre-grown and incubated under high light
  36. Hydrogen photoproduction by nutrient-deprivedChlamydomonas reinhardtiicells immobilized within thin alginate films under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
  37. Prolongation of H2 photoproduction by immobilized, sulfur-limited Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cultures
  38. Photoproduction of hydrogen by sulfur-deprived C. reinhardtii mutants with impaired Photosystem II photochemical activity
  39. A comparison of hydrogen photoproduction by sulfur-deprived Chlamydomonas reinhardtii under different growth conditions
  40. Hydrogen production by sulfur-deprived Chlamydomonas reinhardtii under photoautotrophic conditions
  41. The Effect of Sulfur Re-Addition on H2 Photoproduction by Sulfur-Deprived Green Algae
  42. Development of Algal Systems for Hydrogen Photoproduction: Addressing the Hydrogenase Oxygen‐sensitivity Problem
  43. Continuous Hydrogen Photoproduction by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: Using a Novel Two-Stage, Sulfate-Limited Chemostat System
  44. Effects of Extracellular pH on the Metabolic Pathways in Sulfur-Deprived, H2-Producing Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Cultures
  45. Hydrogen photoproduction under continuous illumination by sulfur-deprived, synchronous Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cultures
  46. Hydrogen production by cyanobacteria in an automated outdoor photobioreactor under aerobic conditions
  47. Sustained hydrogen photoproduction byChlamydomonas reinhardtii: Effects of culture parameters
  48. Continuous Hydrogen Photoproduction by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii