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Page: Technology
Generally, bioethanol production can be classified into three main types, depending on used/converted feedstocks (figure 1): 1.  Bioethanol production of 1st generation Bioethanol production of 1{}st generation is made on the one hand from starchy ...
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Page: Thermochemical bioethanol production processes
Currently, there exist two bioethanol production processes, that employ thermochemical reactions during process: 1.  Hybrid thermochemical and biological system In this process system, cellulosic biomass is thermochemically gasified. The gas a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide is fermented in specially ...
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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 ...
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