Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae

Doebbe A (2010)
Bielefeld.

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Doebbe A. Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae. Bielefeld; 2010.
Doebbe, A. (2010). Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae. Bielefeld.
Doebbe, A. (2010). Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae. Bielefeld.
Doebbe, A., 2010. Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae, Bielefeld.
A. Doebbe, Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae, Bielefeld: 2010.
Doebbe, A.: Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae. Bielefeld (2010).
Doebbe, Anja. Biosolar hydrogen as a CO2-free renewable energy source: optimization of protein and electron supply to increase the H2-production rates in green algae. Bielefeld, 2010.
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