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- Haddadi, M.H.; Aiyelabegan, H.T.; Negahdari, B.
- International journal of environmental science and technology 2018 v.15 no.3 pp. 675-686
- bacteria; biofuels; biomass; bioreactors; biorefining; byproducts; carbon dioxide; feedstocks; fungi; genetic engineering; global warming; greenhouse gas emissions; high-value products; metabolic engineering; microalgae; petroleum; pollution; waste management; wastes
- ... The development of new biotechnology methods can solve public concerns especially on global warming and environmental pollution. This can be achieved by using integrated biorefinery bioprocesses to introduce biomass as a very best renewable source, to replace petroleum and to develop new bio-based products in an industrial scale. Genetic engineering of organisms and improving bioreactors is curren ...
- Rodriguez Castillo, A.S.; Guihéneuf, S.; Biard, P.-F.; Paquin, L.; Amrane, A.; Couvert, A.
- International journal of environmental science and technology 2018 v.15 no.3 pp. 621-630
- acclimation; activated sludge; biodegradation; bioreactors; hydrophobicity; ionic liquids; toluene; volatile organic compounds
- ... Classical hydrophobic ionic liquids such as 3-butyl-1-methylimidazolium bis(trifluoroethylsulfonyl)imide or 3-butyl-1-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate application, as a non-aqueous liquid phase in a two-partitioning bioreactor to biodegrade hydrophobic volatile organic compounds by activated sludge, have been already reported in the literature, especially when the activated sludge was beforeh ...