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Chemical characteristics and biofuel potential of several vegetal biomasses grown under a wide range of environmental conditions
Abstract The chemical characteristics of 95 miscanthus giganteus ( Miscanthus × giganteus J.M. Greef & Deuter ex Hodk. & Renvoize), 150 switchgrass ( Panicum virgatum L.), 79 spelt straw ( Triticum… Expand
Biochemical methane potential prediction of plant biomasses: Comparing chemical composition versus near infrared methods and linear versus non-linear models.
The reliability of different models to predict the biochemical methane potential (BMP) of various plant biomasses using a multispecies dataset was compared. The most reliable prediction models of the… Expand
Chemical characteristics and biofuels potentials of various plant biomasses: influence of the harvesting date.
- B. Godin, S. Lamaudière, +5 authors J. Delcarte
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Journal of the science of food and agriculture
- 8 May 2013
BACKGROUND An optimal valorization of plant biomasses to produce biofuels requires a good knowledge of the available contents and molecular composition of the main chemical components, which changes… Expand
Détermination de la cellulose, des hémicelluloses, de la lignine et des cendres dans diverses cultures lignocellulosiques dédiées à la production de bioéthanol de deuxième génération
De nombreuses cultures lignocellulosiques sont actuellement testees a des fins de production de vecteurs energetiques renouvelables tels que le bioethanol de deuxieme generation. L'efficience de la… Expand
Revue bibliographique sur les méthodes d'analyse des polysaccharides structuraux des biomasses lignocellulosiques
Les polysaccharides structuraux et la lignine representent l'essentiel des biomasses lignocellulosiques. La composition de ces polymeres, notamment la cellulose, les hemicelluloses et les pectines,… Expand
Structural carbohydrates in a plant biomass: correlations between the detergent fiber and dietary fiber methods.
- B. Godin, R. Agneessens, P. Gerin, J. Delcarte
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 10 June 2014
We compared the detergent fiber and dietary fiber methods to analyze the cellulose and hemicellulose contents of commelinid and non-commelinid magnoliophyta biomass. A good linear correlation was… Expand
Prediction of Chemical Characteristics of Fibrous Plant Biomasses from Their near Infrared Spectrum: Comparing Local versus Partial Least Square Models and Cross-Validation versus Independent…
The reliability of local and partial least square (PLS) near infrared (NIR) models to predict the chemical characteristics of fibrous plant biomasses was compared. Validations with different degrees… Expand
Fatty acid hydroperoxides biotransformation by potato tuber cell-free extracts
Summary Cleavage of 13-HPOD, 13-HPOT, 9-HPOD and 9-HPOT by potato tuber cell-free extracts was investigated. 13-HPOD and 13-HPOT enzymes were degraded almost completely while 9-HPOD and 9-HPOT were… Expand
Improved sugar yields from biomass sorghum feedstocks: comparing low-lignin mutants and pretreatment chemistries
- B. Godin, Nick Nagle, S. Sattler, R. Agneessens, J. Delcarte, E. Wolfrum
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biotechnology for Biofuels
- 21 November 2016
BackgroundFor biofuel production processes to be economically efficient, it is essential to maximize the production of monomeric carbohydrates from the structural carbohydrates of feedstocks. One… Expand
Lignin in plant biomasses: comparative metrological assessment of the detergent fiber and the insoluble dietary fiber methods
The detergent fiber and the insoluble dietary fiber methods were compared to quantitate lignin in commelinid and non-commelinid magnoliophyta biomasses. This comparison was based on the precision of… Expand