Yeast fermentation of carboxylic acids obtained from pyrolytic aqueous phases for lipid production.

@article{Lian2012YeastFO,
  title={Yeast fermentation of carboxylic acids obtained from pyrolytic aqueous phases for lipid production.},
  author={Jieni Lian and Manuel Garcia-P{\'e}rez and Ralph Coates and Hongwei Wu and Shulin Chen},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={118},
  pages={177-86}
}
The presence of very reactive C1-C4 molecules adversely affects the quality bio-oils produced from the pyrolysis of lignocellulosic materials. In this paper a scheme to produce lipids with Cryptococcus curvatus from the carboxylic acids in the pyrolytic aqueous phase collected in fractional condensers is proposed. The capacities of three oleaginous yeasts C. curvatus, Rhodotorula glutinis, Lipomyces starkeyi to ferment acetate, formate, hydroxylacat-aldehyde, phenol and acetol were investigated… CONTINUE READING

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