5 edition of Advances in Biological Treatment of Lignocellulosic Materials found in the catalog.
December 31, 1899
Written in English
|Contributions||M.P. Coughlan (Editor), Collaco (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
of the fossil fuels. Lignocelluloses—the most abundant biological material on earth - is considered one of the best feedstocks for conversion to biofuel. Lignocellulosic matter is everywhere—agricultural and forestry residue, weeds, municipal, food and paper industry waste, etc. Cited by: 4. Animal Treatment and Diagnosis Biosensors and Biological Nanotechnology - ligninolytic enzymes, chemicals, and biocompatible materials, which can be obtained from a variety of lignocellulosic waste materials. This review article focuses on the potential applications of lignocellulosic materials in biotechnology, including the production Cited by:
Lignocellulose definition is - any of several closely related substances constituting the essential part of woody cell walls of plants and consisting of cellulose intimately associated with lignin. Advances in biological treatment of lignocellulosic materials Michael P. Coughlan, European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research (Organization). Cost bis Snippet view -
This study highlights the recent advances in the treatment and value addition of lignocellulosic wastes (LCW) with main focus on domestic and agro-industrial residues. Mechanical, physical and biological treatment systems are brought into perspective. The main value-added products from lignocellulosicCited by: Plant polyphenols are secondary metabolites that constitute one of the most common and widespread groups of natural products. They express a large and diverse panel of biological activities including beneficial effects on both plants and humans. Many polyphenols, from their structurally simplest representatives to their oligo/polymeric versions (also referred to as vegetable tannins), are.
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Co., © (OCoLC) Material Type. Abstract. This chapter reviews the influence of mechanical treatment on the effectiveness of the biorefinery of raw materials. Direct attention is made to changes of physicochemical parameters determining the reactivity of the plant material: the specific surface area, the Advances in Biological Treatment of Lignocellulosic Materials book of cellulose crystallinity, and the supramolecular structure of the cell walls.
The biological pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass for the production of bioethanol is an environmentally friendly alternative to the most frequently used process, steam explosion (SE). Biological pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass Pretreatment of biomass is the first step in bioethanol process and is the most challenging process.
It is considered as the critical step and has a large impact on digestibility of cellulose and it strongly influence downstream costs involving detoxification, enzyme loading, waste treatment Cited by: Kup książkę Advances in Biological Treatment of Lignocellulosic Materials (M.P.
Coughlan, ollaco) za jedyne zł u sprzedawcy godnego zaufania. Zajrzyj do środka, czytaj recenzje innych czytelników, pozwól nam polecić Ci podobne tytuły z naszej ponad milionowej kolekcji. The deconstruction of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin has varying effects on lignocellulosic biomass.
To understand and evaluate these effects it is important to conduct compositional and. Biological delignification, when integrated with solid-state culture technology to produce and use a low-cost cellulase on specific lignocellulosic materials, would result in a low-cost biological technology which integrates lignin removal, cellulose hydrolysis, and fermentation to convert lignocellulose to by: Second-generation bioethanol produced from various lignocellulosic materials, such as wood, agricultural or forest residues, has the potential to be a valuable substitute for, or a complement to, gasoline.
One of the crucial steps in the ethanol production is the hydrolysis of the hemicellulose and cellulose to monomer by: The accelerated global warming calls for fast development of solutions to curb excessive Greenhouse gas emission.
Like most of other forms of renewable energy, lignocellulosic ethanol can help the human beings mitigate the climate deterioration and gain independence from fossil fuels. This chapter gives a survey of bioethanol production in the U.S. and world, describes classifications of three Cited by: 2. Lignocellulosic feedstock materials are the most abundant renewable bioresource material available on earth.
It is primarily composed of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin, which are strongly associated with each other. Pretreatment processes are mainly involved in effective separation of these complex interlinked fractions and increase the accessibility of each individual component, thereby Cited by: Pretreatment of lignocellulosic materials with white- or brown-rot fungi can be incorporated into any strategy for the production of biofuels and bioproducts, with significant advantages including decreased energy requirements for subsequent steps, production of fewer fermentation-inhibiting substances, and the potential for the production of Cited by: 9.
This paper is a review of the lignocellulosic materials currently used as polymer fillers. First, the many factors determining the macroscopic properties of such composites are described, with particular attention paid to the poor interphase adhesion between the polymer matrix and a lignocellulosic filler and to the effects of cellulose.
Anaerobic digestion (AD) is a promising method for the treatment of organic solid waste and wastewater, as it combines energy recovery with waste treatment. Lately, AD has been extensively used for treating highly biodegradable wastes, such as lignocellulosic materials, animal manure, kitchen waste and municipal sewage sludge (Qiao et al.
).Cited by: Advances in the Valorization of Lignocellulosic Materials by Biotechnology: An Overview In view of the worldwide economic and environmental issues associated with the extensive use of petro-chemicals, there has been increasing research interest during the past decade in the value of residual biomass.
In this review, we have emphasized on some of the major and widely used chemical, and biological pretreatment processes which are employed for treatment of different lignocellulosic biomass aiming at removal of lignin and conversion of cellulose and hemicellulose into reducing sugars, which can be further employed for the production of bioethanol or other value added by: How to cite this article: Pramanik K, Sahu S.
Biological Treatment of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Bioethanol. Adv Biotech & Micro. ; 5(5): DOI: /AIBM Advances n iotecnolog crobiology steam explosion, dilute and concentrated acid methods for. Advances in Functionalization of Lignocellulosic Materials. The development of advanced fuctionalization of lignocellulosic materials to tailor the surface properties of the materials open the door to the development of new applications in different fields.
Biofuels produced from various lignocellulosic materials have the potential to be a valuable substitute for, or complement to, gasoline.
Many physicochemical structural and compositional factors hinder the hydrolysis of cellulose present in biomass to sugars and other organic compounds that can later be converted to by: 7. Lignocellulose refers to plant dry matter (), so called lignocellulosic is the most abundantly available raw material on the Earth for the production of biofuels, mainly is composed of carbohydrate polymers (cellulose, hemicellulose), and an aromatic polymer ().These carbohydrate polymers contain different sugar monomers (six and five carbon sugars) and they are.
Recent Progress in Bioconversion of Lignocellulosics Finally, recent advances in the use of lignocellulosic biomass for the p- duction of ethanol and organic acids are presented in two articles. Renewable resources are inevitably of great importance in the years to come. The more resource materials can be recycled, the richer we will : Hardcover.
• Plant & ecosystem, lignocellulosic biomass • Food, nutrition & health • Natural medicine & Kampo • Tannins & their functions Chemists, biochemists, plant scientists, pharmacognosists and pharmacologists, biologists, ecologists, food scientists and nutritionists will all find this book .Lignocellulosic Biomass: A Sustainable Platform for Production of Bio-Based Chemicals and Polymers Furkan H.
Isikgora, C. Remzi Becer*b a Department of Chemistry, Boğaziçi University, Bebek, İstanbul, Turkey b School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, E1 4NS London, United Kingdom The demand for petroleum dependent chemicals and Cited by: : Characterization of Lignocellulosic Materials (): Thomas Q.
Hu PhD: Books.