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  1. Here's how you control bad algae in a FOWLR {fish tank|aquarium).
    17-10-2009 by fredwrrrer
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  2. Clean your fountain is a great place for water fountain cleaning tips to remove calcium deposits and algae. This website will help you with keeping your water fountain clean and running smoothly by reviewing some important features of your fountain.
    21-12-2009 by riverawendye
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  3. Amid all the buzz around green tech, here are some names you won't likely hear again: Biofuel Box, Imara, E3 Biofuels, GreenFuel Technologies. Once considered promising green-tech start-ups, each of those companies has closed down or gone bankrupt.
    23-04-2010 by freeenergy1
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  4. A Comprehensive guide for microbiology, packed with lots of informative data readily usable by microbiologists around the world.
    26-05-2010 by microbexpert79
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  5. An interesting overview of why Jatropha, despite being so popular, isn't that good for making biodiesel
    14-08-2010 by ben7clarke
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  6. An unwelcome visitor — sea algae that feed on the runoff of hog farms — has created a health problem and conflicts between farmers, environmentalists and the government.
    26-08-2010 by allysimysa
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  7. Corn can only produce 18 gallons of biofuel per-acre per-year. Palm is better and produces, 700 - 800 gallons per-acre per-year. While Algae, can produce a whopping 18,000+ gallons of biofuel per-acre per-year.
    05-11-2010 by mgmgrand
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  8. Pilot commercial algae to biofuel plant announced in Israel — Autoblog Green
    10-11-2010 by airfaresites
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  9. The conventional route to biodiesel consists of extracting oil from plants and converting it to the methyl esters of fatty acids that are present in the lipid-components, known as triglycerides. These esters as a mixture constitute biodiesel, a specific k
    10-11-2010 by discount_flight and 1 other
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  10. The conventional route to biodiesel consists of extracting oil from plants and converting it to the methyl esters of fatty acids that are present in the lipid-components, known as triglycerides. These esters as a mixture constitute biodiesel, a specific k
    10-11-2010 by airfaresites and 1 other
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