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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, ethanol, sugar-cane, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, crop
Page: Sucrose-containing feedstocks
Sugar cane, beet and sweet sorghum provide the simple sugars e.g. sucrose, glucose and fructose, which can be readily fermented by yeast. This differs from ethanol production processes, based on starchy or lignocellulosic feedstocks, where prior hydrolysis (saccharification ...
Other labels: bioethanol-production, sweet-sorghum, sugar-beet, sugar-cane, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, table
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 ...
Other labels: sugar-fermentation, fed-batch-addition, ethanol, bioenergy, yeasts, process, substrate, figure
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