José Manuel Salgado

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Wineries and olive oil industries are dominant agro-industrial activities in southern European regions. Olive pomace, exhausted grape marc, and vine shoot trimmings are lignocellulosic residues(More)
INTRODUCTION Plants from the Lamiaceae family have been known traditionally for their beneficial health-promoting properties, attributed to their anti-inflammatory, anaesthetic and anti-microbial(More)
Vinasses coming from the five CBOs of Galicia, north-western Spain, were characterized, and successfully employed as economic nutritional supplements for xylitol production by Debaryomyces hansenii.(More)
Coculture fermentations show advantages for producing food additives from agroindustrial wastes, considering that different specified microbial strains are combined to improve the consumption of(More)
Yeast extract (YE) is the most common nitrogen source in a variety of bioprocesses in spite of the high cost. Therefore, the use of YE in culture media is one of the major technical hurdles to be(More)