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Optimization of enzymatic degradation of dealginated kelp waste through response surface methodology

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Optimization of enzymatic degradation of dealginated kelp waste through response surface methodology
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Journal of Applied Phycology, September 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10811-019-01894-7
Authors

Temesgen Gebreluel, Meilin He, Shiyan Zheng, Shanmei Zou, Abeselom Woldemicael, Changhai Wang

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