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Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current ...

10%  May 12, 2019  Straw is an agricultural residue of the production of e.g. cereals, rapeseed or sunflowers. It includes dried stalks, leaves, and empty ears and corncobs, which are separated from the grains during harvest. Straw is a promising lignocellulosic feedstock with a beneficial greenhouse gas balance for the production of biofuels and chemicals. Like all lignocellulosic materials, straw

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Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current ...

Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives Volkmar Passoth1 Mats Sandgren1 Received: 18 December 2018/Revised: 18 April 2019/Accepted: 19 April 2019/Published online: 12 May 2019 Abstract Straw is an agricultural residue of the production of e.g. cereals, rapeseed or sunflowers. It includes dried stalks ...

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Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives ... Straw is a promising lignocellulosic feedstock with a beneficial greenhouse gas balance for the production of ...

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Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current ...

May 12, 2019  Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives. Volkmar Passoth Department of Molecular Sciences, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Box 7015, SE-75007, Uppsala, Sweden.

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Production of biofuels from soybean straw and hull ...

May 01, 2021  The objective of this study was to evaluate the ethanol production by Wickerhamomyces sp. using soybean straw and hull hydrolysates obtained by subcritical water hydrolysis and, afterward, the biogas production using the fermented hydrolysates. Ethanol was produced using the straw and hull hydrolysates diluted and supplement with glucose, reaching 5.57

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Biofuels production using wheat straw - ScienceDirect

Jan 01, 2020  About 100.2 billion liters of bioethanol are produced using wheat straw which can easily replace 93 L of gasoline on the annual basis (Bušić et al., 2018).

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Using agricultural residues like rice straw for biofuel production has dual purposes of utilizing the huge waste generated. ... Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and ...

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Rice straw as a feedstock for biofuels: Availability ...

Oct 17, 2017  Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives journal, May 2019 Passoth, Volkmar; Sandgren, Mats Applied Microbiology and

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Microbial lipid production from crude glycerol and ...

Mar 12, 2021  Passoth V, Sandgren M. Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2019;103(13):5105–16. CAS Article Google Scholar 29. Boguslawska-Was E, Dlubala A, Laskowska M. The role of Rhodotorula mucilaginosa in selected biological process of wild fish. Fish Physiol Biochem. 2019;45(2 ...

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Oleaginous yeast for biofuel and oleochemical production

yeast for biofuel and oleochemical production Michael Spagnuolo, Allison Yaguchi and Mark Blenner Current transportation fuels derived from petroleum can also be made from microbial systems. In particular, oleaginous yeast have naturally evolved high flux pathways for fatty acids in the form of neutral lipids, which can be converted into a variety

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Industrial-scale steam explosion pretreatment of sugarcane ...

Dec 13, 2012  Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives. Passoth V, Sandgren M. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 103(13):5105-5116, 12 May 2019 Cited by: 6 articles PMID: 31081521 PMCID: PMC6570699. Review Free to read use

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Current Trends in Bioethanol Production by Saccharomyces ...

Bioethanol is one of the most commonly used biofuels in transportation sector to reduce greenhouse gases. S. cerevisiae is the most employed yeast for ethanol production at industrial level though ethanol is produced by an array of other yeasts, bacteria, and fungi. This paper reviews the current and nonmolecular trends in ethanol production using S. cerevisiae.

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Yeast immobilization systems for second‐generation ethanol ...

May 31, 2021  (2014) 69 evaluated the effect of different experimental conditions on bioethanol production in the fermentation of oilseed rape straw hydrolysates using S. cerevisiae cells immobilized in Lentikat® discs in a packed-bed column reactor and obtained 25.8 g L –1 ethanol in 18 days with a maximum volumetric productivity of 12.9 g L –1 h.

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JoF Free Full-Text Ethanol Production from Wheat Straw ...

Production of fuels from sustainable sources has been a widely investigated topic during the last two decades. Particularly, much research was focused on the biotechnological production of cellulosic ethanol from agriculture-derived lignocellulosic residues, like corncobs, sugar cane bagasse or various kinds of straw.

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Production of ethanol from sugars and lignocellulosic ...

Ethanol production from 4.5 g/L of lignocellulosic biomass hydrolysates (grass, hemp stem, wheat straw, newspaper, and cellulose) pretreated with acid or alkali and the enzymes Celluclast and Novozymes 188 was investigated. The highest ethanol yields were obtained on cellulose (7.5 mMg(-1)) but the lowest on straw (0.8 mMg(-1)).

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Overexpressing CCW12 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae enables ...

A Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain CCW12 OE was constructed by overexpressing CCW12 in a previously reported strain WXY70 harboring six xylose utilization genes. CCW12 OE produced an optimal ethanol yield of 98.8% theoretical value within 48 h in a simulated corn stover hydrolysate. CCW12 OE was comprehensively evaluated for ethanol production in Miscanthus, maize and corncob hydrolysates ...

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Butanol and ethanol production from lignocellulosic ...

Among the feedstock hydrolysates, pinewood demonstrated high ethanol levels (24.1 g/L) followed by wheat straw (23.2 g/L) and timothy grass (22.6 g/L). ABE fermentation using C. beijerinckii B-592 led to uppermost butanol concentrations of 11.2, 11.9, and 9.3 g/L from 50, 100, and 150 g/L glucose substrate in

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A systems analysis of biodiesel production from wheat ...

Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives. Waste to bioenergy: a review on the recent conversion technologies Waste to bioenergy: a review on the recent conversion technologies. A systems analysis of biodiesel production from wheat straw using oleaginous... A systems analysis of biodiesel production from ...

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Lignocellulosic Ethanol Production: Studies on Sugarcane ...

Lignocellulosic Ethanol Production: Studies on Sugarcane Bagasse, Paja Brava, Wheat Straw, Quinoa Stalks and Curupaú ... In the current work, the utilisation of a number of biomass materials for bioethanol production was studied. ... The second part of the work dealt with the production of pentose-rich hydrolysates from steam pretreatment of ...

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Characterisation of Italian and Dutch forestry and ...

Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. , 103 ( 2019 ) , pp. 5105 - 5116 , 10.1007/s00253-019-09863-3

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Production of butanol (a biofuel) from agricultural ...

the nation have initiated biofuel production program from wheat straw, barley straw, corn stover, and energy crops such as switchgrass, reed canary grass, and alfalfa. Wheat straw (26.46 $ tonne 1), barley straw (28.66 $ tonne ), pea straw (48.50 $ tonne 1), corn stover (55.12 $ tonne ), grass hay (55.12 $ tonne 1), and switchgrass (66.14 ...

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Enhanced bioethanol production from wheat straw ...

Sep 13, 2016  Fermentation of wheat straw hydrolysates Fermentation of acid hydrolysate. The results of sugar consumption and ethanol production in fermentation studies are summarized in Figs. 1, 2, 3 and 4 respectively where as the kinetic parameters are summarized in Table 3.Among the four mutants of Pichia stipitis (PSUV9 and PSEB5) and Candida shehatae (CSUV4 and CSEB7), PSUV9 showed maximum ethanol ...

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Oleaginous yeast for biofuel and oleochemical production

yeast for biofuel and oleochemical production Michael Spagnuolo, Allison Yaguchi and Mark Blenner Current transportation fuels derived from petroleum can also be made from microbial systems. In particular, oleaginous yeast have naturally evolved high flux pathways for fatty acids in the form of neutral lipids, which can be converted into a variety

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Ethanol and value‐added byproducts from rice straw by ...

May 03, 2016  Different morphologies of Mucor hiemalis were induced and used for the production of ethanol and biomass from rice straw through a separate hydrolysis and fermentation process. The yield of enzymatic hydrolysis was improved from 40.4% for the untreated straw to 80–93% by employing sodium hydroxide and concentrated phosphoric acid pretreatments with or without ultrasonication.

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Conversion of biomass hydrolysates and other substrates to ...

Feb 09, 2009  Conclusions: The L. buchneri NRRL B-30929 can utilize mixed sugars in corn stover and wheat straw hydrolysates for ethanol and other chemical production. Significance and Impact of the Study: These results are valuable for future research in engineering L. buchneri NRRL B-30929 for fermentative production of ethanol and chemicals from biomass.

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Industrial-scale steam explosion pretreatment of sugarcane ...

Dec 13, 2012  Biofuel production from straw hydrolysates: current achievements and perspectives. Passoth V, Sandgren M. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 103(13):5105-5116, 12 May 2019 Cited by: 6 articles PMID: 31081521 PMCID: PMC6570699. Review Free to read use

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Current Trends in Bioethanol Production by Saccharomyces ...

Bioethanol is one of the most commonly used biofuels in transportation sector to reduce greenhouse gases. S. cerevisiae is the most employed yeast for ethanol production at industrial level though ethanol is produced by an array of other yeasts, bacteria, and fungi. This paper reviews the current and nonmolecular trends in ethanol production using S. cerevisiae.

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Conversion of biomass hydrolysates and other substrates to ...

Mar 01, 2009  Conclusions: The L. buchneri NRRL B‐30929 can utilize mixed sugars in corn stover and wheat straw hydrolysates for ethanol and other chemical production. Significance and Impact of the Study: These results are valuable for future research in engineering L. buchneri NRRL B‐30929 for fermentative production of ethanol and chemicals from biomass.

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Influence of Inhibitory Compounds on Biofuel Production ...

Additionally, ethanol and hydrogen production from grass and rhubarb leaf hydrolysates was investigated in batch culture for which AK91 produced 7.0 and 6.3 mM g−1, respectively. The present investigation is on bioethanol and biohydrogen production from oxalate-rich rhubarb leaves which are an underutilized residue of rhubarb cultivation.

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Butanol and ethanol production from lignocellulosic ...

Jul 24, 2014  Among the feedstock hydrolysates, pinewood demonstrated high ethanol levels (24.1 g/L) followed by wheat straw (23.2 g/L) and timothy grass (22.6 g/L). ABE fermentation using C. beijerinckii B-592 led to uppermost butanol concentrations of 11.2, 11.9, and 9.3 g/L from 50, 100, and 150 g/L glucose substrate in 60 h.

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BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING TO CONVERT BIOMASS TO BIOFUEL ...

Project Methods Bioprocessing and engineering strategies will be evaluated for conversion of agricultural biomass substrates to fuel ethanol and high value microbial products. Specific approaches include: (1) optimizing chemical and enzymatic pretreatment techniques to generate hydrolysates for fermentation, (2) testing improved enzymes developed by ARS researchers for hydrolysis of partially ...

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Engineered yeast tolerance enables efficient production ...

Toxification from increased glucose, furfural, HMF, and acetic acid repressed production in all three hydrolysates to below 15 g/liter of ethanol. While these inhibitory conditions were relieved by elevated K + and pH buffering, the recoveries exhibited much greater variability than in S288C (Fig. 3A, nonbold red and orange, and table S2).

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Evolutionary Adaptation of Bacillus subtilis OCS SH-2 in ...

Dec 21, 2020  Ethanol and lactic acid yield reached to 90% and 75%, respectively, when using freshly pretreated wheat straw or wheat straw hydrolysate or rice straw as carbon source. On-site produced cellulase from Bacillus subtilis OCS SH-2 was applied in the saccharification of pretreated wheat straw and rice straw.

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Lignocellulosic Ethanol Production: Studies on Sugarcane ...

Lignocellulosic Ethanol Production: Studies on Sugarcane Bagasse, Paja Brava, Wheat Straw, Quinoa Stalks and Curupaú ... In the current work, the utilisation of a number of biomass materials for bioethanol production was studied. ... The second part of the work dealt with the production of pentose-rich hydrolysates from steam pretreatment of ...

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