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Page: Fermentation
Lignocellulosic biomass is hydrolyzed by explained treatments (mostly by acid treatment) (chapter "Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass). The obtained hydrolysate (mixed sugarsolution) is then fermented by microorganisms (e.g. bacteria, yeast). This hydrolysate (mixed sugarsolution) often contains not only glucose, but also other ...
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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: 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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