lignocellulose


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lignocellulose

(lĭg′nō-sĕl′yə-lōs′)
n.
A combination of lignin and cellulose that strengthens woody plant cells.
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[14] Lam, N.D., Nagasawa, N., and Kume, T., 2000, "Effect of radiation and fungal treatment on lignocelluloses and their biological activity,".
(2009) Lignocellulose conversion to biofuels: Current challenges, global perspectives.
Biofuels such as ethanol can be produced by microbial fermentation of simple sugars derived from lignocellulose degradation.
Leaf fiber analysis assessed the amount of total cell wall content (entire fibrous portion), lignocellulose, and hemicellulose according to the methods of Goering and van Soest (1970).
This direction potentially will lead to radically different products, processing techniques, and material applications, because the nanoscale properties of lignocellulose and its nanoscale architecture have not been exploited to any great degree.
Thus, pretreatment is necessary to change the rigid lignocellulose structures into more enzymatically accessible and digestible forms [2-5].
Wood/plastic composites (WPCs) are produced from lignocellulose fillers, thermoplastic resin, and a small amount of additives.
There are various reasons behind this situation due to which corn stovers are not consumed as silage which include less mastication due to high fibrous contents, high dry matter percentage, less digestibility of feed nutrients due to high lignocellulose bond and less energy contents compared to the normal whole corn crop WCC silage prepared at a half milky stage having corn seeds as well.
He uses the plant to produce biogas rich in lignocellulose, the main raw material for the production of biofuels and biochemical.The process involves anaerobic fermentation of cacti biomass where the entire plant is crushed using the ordinary chaff-cutter until it becomes a thick paste.
Rehap have produced a poster, "Future availability of lignocellulose feedstock from agricultural harvesting residues", illustrating some interesting preliminary findings: