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- Paulino, Larissa Bastos, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Biocatalysis and agricultural biotechnology 2019 v.17 pp. 1-6
- Penicillium; Rhizomucor; Trichoderma koningii; biomass; carbon; cellulases; cellulose; depolymerization; energy; ethanol; fungi; hydrogen peroxide; lignocellulose; microbial growth; solid state fermentation; statistical analysis; sugarcane bagasse; sugars; temperature; water content
- ... Lignocellulosic biomass is an important source of energy and it has been extensively studied in the production of second generation ethanol. For this purpose, the complex lignocellulosic matrix must be deconstructed by thermal or chemical pretreatment, followed by cellulose depolymerization using cellulolytic enzymes to release simple fermentable sugars. This process still has several techno-econo ...