Jawre, A.; Chauhan, P.; Patel, A.; Prajapati, H.; Sandhu, S.S. Bioelectricity Potential through Plant Microbial Fuel Cell System Using by Cynodon dactylon (Dooba ghas). Preprints2019, 2019090055. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201909.0055.v1
Jawre, A., Chauhan, P., Patel, A., Prajapati, H., & Sandhu, S.S. (2019). Bioelectricity Potential through Plant Microbial Fuel Cell System Using by Cynodon dactylon (Dooba ghas). Preprints. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201909.0055.v1
Jawre, A., Hari Prajapati and Sardul Singh Sandhu. 2019 "Bioelectricity Potential through Plant Microbial Fuel Cell System Using by Cynodon dactylon (Dooba ghas)" Preprints. https://doi.org/10.20944/preprints201909.0055.v1
In these times electricity is big trouble of problem facing by the world. Therefore, there is necessitating for the property basis of energy that is employed for as bio-electricity. Many of the scientists and researchers are trying to find out the sustainable energy generates with the help of plant microbial fuel cell. Plant microbial fuel cell (P-MFCs) could be feasibility technology approach of bio-electricity generation which is mutualism interaction of the plants along with their rhizospheric bacteria. In the present study, Plant-microbial fuel cell was observed in grass e-table evaluated in term of bioelectricity generation from Cynodon dactylon (Dooba Ghas). This e-table was connected with electrode and different condition (physical and chemical) to detect the change in bioelectric potential. It was found that maximum voltage generated among all the conditions was 4.24 ±2V at 15 days by using Cynodon dactylon through P-MFCs. The potential difference generated through P-MFCs was measured using a multimeter. The generation of bioelectricity was observed under different conditions like exposure to light and shade condition measured for voltage was found to be significantly different parameters. The maximum recorded under light and shade conditions were 3.82 ±2 V and 4.25 ±2 V respectively at 15 days of incubation.
Biology and Life Sciences, Biology and Biotechnology
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