Corpus ID: 135443004

Industrial Crops and Products

  title={Industrial Crops and Products},
  author={S. Moghadam and S. Ebrahimi and F. Gafner and John B. Ochola and Rose M. Marubu and W. Lwande and B. F. Haller and P. Salehi and M. Hamburger},
Pulping potential of young eucalypts : a comparative study of wood and pulp properties of 12 eucalypt species
The Eucalyptus genus includes over 700 species and hybrids, of which a few are among the most important hardwoods used worldwide for the pulp and paper industry. The large biological variety of theExpand
As a novel renewable resource, Jatropha curcas seed oil with an iodine value of 103.57g/100g, and containing almost 44.7% oleic acid, 32.8% linoleic acid as the dominant fatty acids, 13.78% palmiticExpand
Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Portulacaria afra plant extract: characterization and evaluation of its antibacterial, anticancer activities
Applications of nanotechnology in different areas of research have expanded over the last years. Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have beneficial effects as antimicrobials, antioxidants and/orExpand
Effect of Waste Mint in Urea Formaldehyde Adhesive on the Thermal Degradation of Plywood
In this article, the plywood panel using a new adhesive formulation of urea formaldehyde resin is evaluated to study the effect of waste mint on the thermal behavior of plywood. The adhesiveExpand
Evaluating Standard Wet Chemistry Techniques and NIR Spectroscopic Models for Determining Composition and Potential Ethanol Yields of Multi-Species Herbaceous Bioenergy Crops
Monono, Ewumbua Menyoli, M.S., Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, College of Engineering and Architecture, North Dakota State University, July 2011. Evaluating Standard WetExpand
Effect of growth period on the multi-scale structure and physicochemical properties of cassava starch.
This study provides fundamental data for rationally tailoring cassava starch properties by simply controlling the harvest time and confirms that the growth time of 9 months was the turning point for the physicochemical features of SC5 during growth. Expand
Evaluación de tusa y cáscara de maíz como sustratos para el cultivo de Pleurotus pulmonarius
Production of edible mushrooms using agroindustrial waste as substrate is an example of a process that degrades organic matter through enzymatic action to form useful products for human consumption.Expand
Hydrocarbon Rich Liquid Fuel Produced by Co-pyrolysis of Sugarcane Bagasse and Rubber Seed Oil Using Aluminosilicates Derived from Rice Husk Silica and Aluminum Metal as Catalyst
In this investigation, a mixture of sugarcane bagasse and rubber seed oil was subjected to pyrolysis for liquid fuel production, using aluminosilicates with different Si/Al ratios as catalystsExpand
Mechanical reinforcement of gelatin hydrogel with nanofiber cellulose as a function of percolation concentration.
Given a variety of distinguished aspect ratio-related characteristics of nanofiber cellulose (NFC), the impact of NFC on gelatin hydrogel performance involving strength, rheology, microstructure wasExpand
Review on Pretreatment Methods and Ethanol Production from Cellulosic Water Hyacinth
Lignocellulosic biomass resources are renewable materials that can be converted to fermentable sugars and subsequently into ethanol. Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a cellulosic aquaticExpand