L-lactic acid production from apple pomace by sequential hydrolysis and fermentation.

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The potential of apple pomace (a solid waste from cider and apple juice making factories) as a source of sugars and other compounds for fermentation was evaluated. The effect of the cellulase-to-solid ratio (CSR) and the liquor-to-solid ratio (LSR) on the kinetics of glucose and total monosaccharide generation was studied. Mathematical models suitable for… (More)

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@article{Gulln2008LlacticAP, title={L-lactic acid production from apple pomace by sequential hydrolysis and fermentation.}, author={Beatriz Gull{\'o}n and R. J. Y{\'a}{\~n}ez and Jos{\'e} Luis Alonso and Juan Carlos Paraj{\'o}}, journal={Bioresource technology}, year={2008}, volume={99 2}, pages={308-19} }