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Page: Biochemistry and Microbiology
primary crops, currently being used or considered for ethanol production can be categorised by agricultural and processrelated properties. The concentration of fermentable carbohydrates and other parameters in feedstocks, used for ethanol production are highly variable (see table 1). !General ethanol feedstock ...
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Page: Starch-hydrolysis and required enzymes
Structurally, starch can be separated into two polymers, called amylase and amylopectin. Amylose is a linear polymer of Dglucose units linked together by α1,4glucosidic linkages, whereas amylopectin has branching at α1,6 positions of starch. The concentration of amylase and amylopectin in each plant ...
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Page: Yeast physiology in ethanol production
Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the only commercial organism which is used for alcohol production. S. cerevisiae is an ideal candidate as it is able to tolerate and produce high concentrations of alcohol. S. cerevisiae is an unicellular eukaryotic fungus that reproduces by budding. S. cerevisiae cells are generally ellipsoidal ...
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