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- Sunwoo, In Yung; Kwon, Jung Eun; Nguyen, Trung Hau; Ra, Chae Hun; Jeong, Gwi-Taek; Kim, Sung-Koo
- Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 2017 v.183 no.3 pp. 966-979
- fermentation, etc ; Pichia; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; coculture; ethanol; ethanol production; evolutionary adaptation; galactose; macroalgae; mannitol; saccharification; slurries; sulfuric acid; wastes; wind speed; yeasts; Korean Peninsula; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Conditions for ethanol production were evaluated using waste seaweed obtained from Gwangalli beach, Busan, Korea, after strong winds on January 15, 2015. Eleven types of seaweed were identified, and the proportions of red, brown, and green seaweed wastes were 26, 46, and 28%, respectively. Optimal pretreatment conditions were determined as 8% slurry content, 286 mM H₂SO₄ for 90 min at 121 °C. Enzy ...
- Raposo, S.; Constantino, A.; Rodrigues, F.; Rodrigues, B.; Lima-Costa, M.E.
- Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 2017 v.181 no.2 pp. 827-843
- batch fermentation, etc ; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; ammonium nitrate; ammonium sulfate; bioethanol; biorefining; carob; computer software; cost effectiveness; ethanol; ethanol production; fossil fuels; industrial wastes; nitrogen; peptones; screening; sugars; urea; yeast extract; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Nowadays, bioethanol production is one of the most important technologies by the necessity to identify alternative energy resources, principally when based on inexpensive renewable resources. However, the costs of 2nd-generation bioethanol production using current biotechnologies are still high compared to fossil fuels. The feasibility of bioethanol production, by obtaining high yields and concent ...