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Chemical composition and enzymatic digestibility of sugarcane clones selected for varied lignin content
BackgroundThe recalcitrance of lignocellulosic materials is a major limitation for their conversion into fermentable sugars. Lignin depletion in new cultivars or transgenic plants has been identifiedExpand
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Technological advances and mechanistic basis for fungal biopulping
Abstract Biopulping fundamentals, technology and mechanisms are reviewed in this article. Mill evaluation of Eucalyptus grandis wood chips biotreated by Ceriporiopsis subvermispora on a 50-tonneExpand
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The enzymatic recalcitrance of internodes of sugar cane hybrids with contrasting lignin contents
Abstract The recalcitrance in grasses varies according to cell type and maturation. The origin of the recalcitrance in different regions from sugar cane internodes with varied lignin contents wasExpand
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Chemical analysis and biorefinery of red algae Kappaphycus alvarezii for efficient production of glucose from residue of carrageenan extraction process
BackgroundBiorefineries serve to efficiently utilize biomass and their by-products. Algal biorefineries are designed to generate bioproducts for commercial use. Due to the high carbohydrate contentExpand
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Linoleic acid peroxidation and lignin degradation by enzymes produced by Ceriporiopsis subvermispora grown on wood or in submerged liquid cultures.
Ceriporiopsis subvermispora is a white-rot fungus used in biopulping processes and seems to use the fatty acid peroxidation reactions initiated by manganese-peroxidase (MnP) to start ligninExpand
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Linoleic acid peroxidation initiated by Fe3+-reducing compounds recovered from Eucalyptus grandis biotreated with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora
Abstract This work evaluates linoleic acid peroxidation reactions initiated by Fe 3+ -reducing compounds recovered from Eucalyptus grandis , biotreated with the biopulping fungus CeriporiopsisExpand
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Particle Size Influence on the Chemical Composition from Waste Eucalyptus in the Processing for Industrial Production of Cellulose Pulp
Department of Bioprocess and Biotechnology Faculdade de Ciencias Farmaceuticas FCF Unesp. Rodovia Araraquara - Jau Km 1, CEP: 14801-902
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Laboratory and mill scale evaluation of biopulping of Eucalyptus grandis Hill ex Maiden with Phanerochaete chrysosporium RP-78 under non-aseptic conditions
Abstract Biopulping of Eucalyptus grandis wood chips with Phanerochaete chrysosporium RP-78 was evaluated under non-aseptic conditions in laboratory and mill wood-yard. The ability of P.Expand
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Evaluation of Eucalyptus grandis Hill ex Maiden biopulping with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora under non-aseptic conditions
Abstract In biopulping, efficient wood colonization by a selected white-rot fungus depends on previous wood chip decontamination to avoid the growth of primary molds. Although simple to perform inExpand
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Evaluation of a simple alkaline pretreatment for screening of sugarcane hybrids according to their in vitro digestibility
Abstract Lignin depletion in new cultivars or transgenic plants has been identified as a way to diminish the recalcitrance of lignocellulosic materials. Direct enzymatic digestion of these materialsExpand
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