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- Cole, Marsha R., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Food chemistry 2015 v.166 pp. 165-172
- alpha-amylase; brix; corn starch; hydrolysis; juices; solubilization; starch; sugar industry; sugarcane; sugars; syrups; temperature
- ... In sugarcane processing, starch is considered an impurity that negatively affects processing and reduces the quality of the sugar end-product. In the last decade, there has been a general world-wide increase in starch concentrations in sugarcane. Industrial α-amylases have been used for many years to mitigate issues arising from starch in the sugarcane industry. Mixed results have prompted further ...
- Cole, Marsha, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Biomass and bioenergy 2015 v.81 pp. 424-436
- Sorghum bicolor; biofuels; biomass; biorefining; brix; clarification (processing); cultivars; evaporation; feedstocks; fungi; growth retardation; hybrids; juices; manufacturing; microbial growth; pH; soybean oil; storage; storage time; sugars; supply chain; sweet sorghum; syrups; water activity
- ... Attention is currently focused on developing sustainable supply chains of sugar biomass feedstocks for new, flexible biorefineries. Fundamental processing needs identified by industry for the large-scale manufacture of biofuels and bioproducts from sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) include stabilization and concentration of juice into syrup for long-term storage, year-round supply, efficie ...