Rosileide F. Silva Andrade

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Conversion of Agro-industrial Wastes by Serratia marcescens UCP/WFCC 1549 into Lipids Suitable for Biodiesel Production Dayana Montero-Rodríguez*, Rosileide F. S. Andrade, Roberto A. Lima, Grayce K. B. Silva, Daylin Rubio-Ribeaux, Thayse A. Silva, Hélvia W. C. Araújo, Galba M. Campos-Takaki Center of Biological Sciences, Federal University of Pernambuco,(More)
Biosurfactants are surface-active agents of microbial origin, and have a property of lowering the interfacial tension between two liquids. They act on the interface and are amphiphathic molecules; in with both hydrophilic and hydrophobic portions are present in the same molecule. However, the economics of producing biosurfactant has limited its commercial(More)
  • Vanessa N. Lima, Ricardo V. Trótski, +7 authors Arminda Saconi Messias
  • 2016
The main goal of this research study was to establish the physicochemical characteristics of sewage sludge, and the nutrients needed to enhance the properties of soil with a view to exploiting were potential for agriculture. The example used was the cultivation of radish (Raphanus sativus). The findings are intended as a contribution towards making(More)
Almost all oleaginous microorganisms are available for biodiesel production, and for the mechanism of oil accumulation, which is what makes a microbial approach economically competitive. This study investigated the potential that the yeast Candida lipolytica UCP0988, in an anamorphous state, has to produce simultaneously a bioemulsifier and to accumulate(More)
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