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- Hamann, Pedro Ricardo V., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 2015 v.105 pp. 97-105
- Clostridium thermocellum; agricultural wastes; biomass; carbon; cell walls; cellulases; cellulose; cotton; ethanol production; goats; hydrolysis; pH; rumen; secretion; straw; sugarcane bagasse; sugars; temperature; thermal stability; thermophilic bacteria; xylanases
- ... Plant cell wall represents an important source of fermentable sugars for second generation bioethanol production. However, cellulosic biomass hydrolysis still is a bottleneck to bioethanol production in an efficient and low cost process. Thermophilic bacteria have been studied as a source of cellulolytic enzymes for cellulosic biomass deconstruction, as their enzymes present unique features compat ...