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"Fuel Ethanol Production from Sugarcane" ed. by Thalita Peixoto Basso, Luiz Carlos Basso
ITExLi | 2019 | ISBN: 1789849381 9781789849387 1789849373 9781789849370 | 211 pages | PDF | 11 MB
This book offers a broad understanding of bioethanol production from sugarcane, although a few other substrates, except corn, will also be mentioned.
The Fuel Ethanol Production from Sugarcane in Brazil section consists of two chapters dealing with the first-generation ethanol Brazilian industrial process. The Strategies for Sugarcane Bagasse Pretreatment section deals with emerging physicochemical methods for biomass pretreatment, and the non-conventional biomass source for lignocellulosic ethanol production addresses the potential of weed biomass as alternative feedstock. In the Recent Approaches for Increasing Fermentation Efficiency of Lignocellulosic Ethanol section, potential and research progress using thermophile bacteria and yeasts is presented, taking advantage of microorganisms involved in consolidating or simultaneous hydrolysis and fermentation processes. Finally, the Recent Advances in Ethanol Fermentation section presents the use of cold plasma and hydrostatic pressure to increase ethanol production efficiency. Also in this section the use of metabolic-engineered autotrophic cyanobacteria to produce ethanol from carbon dioxide is mentioned.
1 Assessment of Sugarcane-Based Ethanol Production
2 Clash of Kingdoms: How Do Bacterial Contaminants Thrive in and Interact with Yeasts during Ethanol Production?
3 Emerging Physico-Chemical Methods for Biomass Pretreatment
4 Sugarcane Bagasse Pretreatment Methods for Ethanol Production
5 Potential of Weed Biomass for Bioethanol Production
6 Progress in Second Generation Ethanol Production with Thermophilic Bacteria
7 Potential of Thermotolerant Ethanologenic Yeasts Isolated from ASEAN Countries and Their Application in High-Temperature Fermentation
8 Enhanced Ethanol Production of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Induced by Cold Plasma at Atmospheric Air Pressure
9 High Hydrostatic Pressure Process to Improve Ethanol Production
10 Metabolic Engineering of the Model Photoautotrophic Cyanobacterium Synechocystis for Ethanol Production: Optimization Strategies and Challenges
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