Chemotactic movement and zeta potential dominate Chlamydomonas microsphaera attachment and biocathode development

Chen G, Hu Z, Ebrahimi A, Johnson DR, Wu F, Sun Y, Shen R, Liu L & Wang G
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Chen, G., Hu, Z., Ebrahimi, A., Johnson, D. R., Wu, F., Sun, Y., … Wang, G. (2021). Chemotactic movement and zeta potential dominate Chlamydomonas microsphaera attachment and biocathode development. Environmental Technology. https://doi.org/10.1080/09593330.2021.2014575