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David Chuka-ogwude

Researcher at University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Publications -  8
Citations -  130

David Chuka-ogwude is an academic researcher from University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The author has contributed to research in topics: Digestate & Environmental science. The author has an hindex of 3, co-authored 5 publications receiving 43 citations. Previous affiliations of David Chuka-ogwude include Murdoch University.

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A review on microalgal culture to treat anaerobic digestate food waste effluent

TL;DR: In this article, the authors reviewed the anaerobic digestion of food waste, the composition of its digestate and trends in the treatment of ADFE with emphasis on treatment using microalgae.
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Screening, acclimation and ammonia tolerance of microalgae grown in food waste digestate

TL;DR: Results indicate that MUR 273 displayed tolerance levels similar to that obtained with MUR 268 which had previously undergone long-term acclimation in digestate and could potentially be used in the treatment and valorization of the anaerobic digestate of food waste with significantly less dilution.
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Adjustments of the photosynthetic unit and compensation mechanisms of tolerance to high ammonia concentration in Chlorella sp. grown in food waste digestate

TL;DR: In this article, the physiological responses and acclimation patterns of Chlorella sp., Mur 269 to toxicity and turbidity in ADF, compared to bolds basal medium (BBM), under different irradiances.
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Depth optimization of inclined thin layer photobioreactor for efficient microalgae cultivation in high turbidity digestate

TL;DR: In this paper, Chlorella sp. sp. was cultivated in semi-continuous mode using turbid, high NH3 concentrated (160 −±10 −mg L−1) AD of food waste, reaching biomass yield of 4.319 −0.18 −1.
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Developing food waste biorefinery: using optimized inclined thin layer pond to overcome constraints of microalgal biomass production on food waste digestate

TL;DR: In this article , the authors compared the efficiencies of a conventional open raceway pond (ORWP) and an improved inclined thin layer photobioreactor (ITLP) for the utilization and treatment of food waste derived digestate by Chlorella sp.