Kricelle Deamici

Kricelle Deamici
Université Clermont Auvergne | Univ BPC · Institut Pascal

PhD in Science and Food Engineering

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Microalgae and cyanobacteria include procaryotic and eucaryotic photosynthetic micro-organisms that produce biomass rich in biomolecules with a high value. Some examples of these biomolecules are proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, pigments, antioxidants, and vitamins. Currently, microalgae are also considered a good source of biofuel feedstock. The m...
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Several studies have shown that any magnetic field (MF) applied to microalgae modifies its cultivation conditions and may favor biomolecule production since it interacts with the microorganisms and affect their growth. As a result, there are changes in concentrations and compositions of biomass and biomolecules. This review aims at updating MF appl...
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Microalgae lipids offer numerous advantages over those of plants and animals, enabling the sustainable commercialization of high-value-added products in different markets. Although these markets are in a vertiginous annual expansion, technological life cycle modeling is a tool that has been rarely used for microalgae. Life cycle modeling is capable...
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Produced water (PW) is the largest effluent generated by the oil exploration and production industries worldwide. In recent years, microalgae-based biorefineries (MBBs) have emerged as a technological solution for biologically treating this effluent while concomitantly generating high-value-added products. Nevertheless, while demonstrating promisin...
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Abstract Saccharomyces cerevisiae (S. cerevisiae) has been studied as a model microorganism to understand the mechanism of glutathione (GSH) production. Furthermore, magnetic field (MF) application is a novel approach to stimulate microorganism metabolism to increase growth and produce more biomolecules. This study aimed to evaluate whether GSH pro...
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The effects of a magnetic field (MF) on the cyanobacteria Limnospira indica PCC 8005 growth rate and biomass composition were investigated. A device to apply the MF during the cultivation was built and the cyanobacteria were exposed to a steady 11 mT transverse MF. The growth increased with MF application, and when it was applied for 1 h per day, 1...
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Microalgae-based biorefinery coupled with effluent treatment (MBBET) is an approach that makes biomass production economically advantageous. It can produce value-added products from a circular bioeconomy perspective for a variety of industries. Although the global microalgae market is growing at a rapid rate of 7.39% per year and 70-90% of world's...
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We evaluated the fermentation of water kefir with the addition of Spirulina biomass to replace the sugar. The kefir was evaluated for protein, lipid, fatty acid (FA), and phycocyanin content. Kefir was fermented (48 h, 25 °C) using Spirulina (1.6 and 2.4 g); the control assay was performed without Spirulina. After fermentation, the assay with 2.4 g...
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Magnetopriming has emerged as a promising seed-priming method, improving seed vigor, plant performance and productivity under both normal and stressed conditions. Various recent reports have demonstrated that improved photosynthesis can lead to higher biomass accumulation and overall crop yield. The major focus of the present review is magnetoprimi...
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This study aimed to evaluate the influence of a magnetic field (MF) intensity of 25 mT on Chlorella fusca cultivation in outdoor and indoor conditions, and evaluate the changes in the macromolecules, pigment content and protein profile. C. fusca was cultivated for 15 d in raceway photobioreactor. MF was applied for 24 h d−1 and 1 h d−1. In outdoor...
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Microalgae are able to produce many valuable biomolecules, such as polysaccharides, that presents a large diversity of biochemical structures and functions as antioxidant, antifungal, anticancer, among others. Static magnetic fields (SMF) influence the metabolism of microorganisms and has been shown as an alternative to increase microalgae biomass,...
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The aim was to produce bioethanol by the simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF) of Spirulina sp. LEB 18 biomass and corn starch, increasing the process scale and obtaining biopeptides from bioethanol residue. Different temperatures of SSF and biomass/starch concentrations were tested, and the best conditions were chosen to scale-up th...
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Static magnetic fields (SMF) influence the metabolism of microorganisms, however, there is no knowledge explaining how SMF act in cells. This study aimed at evaluating the SMF (30 mT) effect on photosynthetic performance, growth and biomass composition of the cyanobacterium Arthrospira platensis SAG 21.99. A. platensis was cultivated under 30 mT ap...
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The increase in the CO2 concentration in the Earth's atmosphere has been a topic of worldwide concern since anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases began increasing considerably during the industrial period. The effects of these mass emissions are probably the main cause of global warming, which has been observed over recent decades. Among the...
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This study aimed to use different conditions of magnetic field (MF) application during Chlorella fusca cultivation and evaluate CO2 biofixation by the microalga through growth kinetics in addition to the biomass composition. For this purpose, we tested different MF intensities applied for 1 h d⁻¹ and for 24 h. Cultures exposed to the MF for 1 h d⁻¹...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential use of dry grape marc obtained of drying and milling operations with parboiled rice bran for cookies production. By-products were characterized with respect to moisture content, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, fiber, and ashes, besides the analysis of absorption index, solubility in water and aci...
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This study aimed at evaluating whether a magnetic field (MF) affects the growth of Spirulina sp. when applied to it at different exposure times in indoor and outdoor culture systems. The effects of MF on chlorophyll content, medium consumption and protein profile were also investigated. In raceway tanks, a 25 mT MF was applied for 24 h or for 1 h d...
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Static or modulated magnetic fields (MF) may interact with the biological system and affect the metabolism of microorganisms, such as their photosynthetic capacity or synthesis of carbohydrates. Their effects on microorganisms, which can be classified into inhibiting, stimulating and null, may be interpreted as the result of stress that cells under...
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Simultaneous production of amyloglucosidase (AMG) and exo-polygalacturonase (exo-PG) was carried out by Aspergillus niger in substrate of defatted rice bran in a rotating drum bioreactor (RDB) and studied by a 3¹ × 2² factorial experimental design. Variables under study were A. niger strains (A. niger NRRL 3122 and A. niger t0005/007-2), types of i...
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Photobioreactors (PBRs) are important for microalga cultivation because they enable the control of several factors, such as agitation and luminosity, which are responsible for the development of microalgae. Therefore, designing PBR equipped to control these factors is important to improve yield and increase biomass productivity. Magnetic fields (MF...
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The aim of this study was to obtain the equilibrium moisture content of grape (variety ‘Tannat’) pomace through desorption isotherms, to evaluate the drying kinetics, determine the coefficient of effective diffusivity and physico-chemically characterize the grape pomace and the product obtained after drying. The desorption isotherms were determined...
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This study aimed at evaluating the influence of magnetic field on the growth and biomass composition of Spirulina sp., cultivated in vertical tubular photobioreactors. Magnetic fields of 5, 30 and 60 mT generated by electric current and ferrite magnets were applied at different lengths of time. The magnetic field of 30 and 60 mT for 1 h d⁻¹ stimula...
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Static magnetic fields (SMF) are being studied in microorganism cultures and there are reports that it could accelerate growth or cause changes in metabolism. Thus, this study aims to evaluating the influence of SMF on growth and biomass composition obtained in culture of Chlorella fusca LEB 111 in vertical tubular photobioreactor (VTP). SMF of 30...

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