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Page: Acetone, Butanol, Ethanol (ABE-) Fermentation
History ABE fermentation is one of the oldest known industrial fermentation with a history of more than 100 years. In 1861 butanol production through microbial fermentation was reported for the first time by Pasteur. This was followed by Schardinger in 1905 reporting production of acetone by fermentation ...
Other labels: production, raw-materials, carbohydrates, fermentation, butanol, bioenergy, substrate, crop
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 ...
Other labels: carbohydrates, bioethanol-production, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, microbiology, biochemistry, figure
Page: Bioethanol Processing
use and combustion of fossil fuels is responsible for 73 % of the CO{}2 production in the atmosphere and therefore extremely contributes to global warming, the interest in the development of methods, reducing green house gases, has been increased enormously. In order to control such emissions, many ...
Other labels: biomass, renewable-energy, technology, fuel-properties, bioethanol-production, sources-of-energy, feedstock, bioethanol
Page: Ethical background
Ethanol is the third largest and fastest growing market for corn and sugar cane next to livestock feed and exports (source: Renewable Fuels Association, 2007b), critics question, whether corn growers can satisfy demand for both renewable fuels and traditional ...
Other labels: renewable-energy, ethanol-production, feedstock, bioenergy, ethics, fuel, narrative-text
Page: Production of bioethanol using sugar crops
Economic production of fuel ethanol from sugarrich feedstocks requires efficient recovery of sucrose from the harvested crop. The processes for extracting juice and the downstreaming processes are similar for the various sugarrich feedstocks. Therefore, representative for all bioethanol production processes, using ...
Other labels: bioethanol-production, milling, sucrose, sugar-cane, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, crop
Page: Status of world-wide ethanol production
growth in the fuel ethanol industry, which has taken place over recent years has been remarkable. Since 2000, dynamic and almost uncontrolled growth of ethanol supply and demand (led mainly by Brazil and the United States) has taken ...
Other labels: growth, renewable-energy, biorefinery, ethanol-production, fermentation, feedstock, bioethanol, biofuel
Page: Sugar fermentation process
Sucrose, as well as glucose and fructose, are readily fermentable by S. cerevisiae without the need for supplemental enzymes. S. cerevisiae produces the enzyme invertase during fermentation, which hydrolyses sucrose, producing dextrose and fructose. There are two basic strategies which have been employed ...
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Page: World-wide ethanol production
Worldwide production of ethanol more than doubled from 2003 to 2009 and in the near future, it will continue to increase.  In 2000, the worldwide production of bioethanol accounted for about 8 billion US gallons, compared to 2007, where it more than doubled ...
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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 ...
Other labels: bioethanol-production, bioethanol, bioenergy, microbiology, biochemistry, yeasts, figure, narrative-text
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