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- Basaglia, Marina, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Bioresource technology 2017 v.244 pp. 151-159
- amylases; bioethanol; bioprocessing; ethanol; ethanol production; feedstocks; fermentation; fungi; genetically engineered microorganisms; lignocellulose; milling; milling byproducts; rice; rice bran; rice hulls; saccharification
- ... This work describes the feasibility of using rice milling by-products as feedstock for bioethanol. Starch-rich residues (rice bran, broken, unripe and discolored rice) were individually fermented (20%w/v) through Consolidated Bioprocessing by two industrial engineered yeast secreting fungal amylases. Rice husk (20%w/v), mainly composed by lignocellulose, was pre-treated at 55°C with alkaline perox ...