saccharification


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sac·char·i·fi·ca·tion

(să-kar'i-fi-kā'shŭn),
The process of saccharifying.
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5 to 5 g/L by shortening the lag phase in fed-batch separate saccharification and fermentation (SSF) process though the study did not report on the effect of yeast loading greater than 5 g/L yeast [12].
Nghiem, Bioresource Technology Bioethanol production from corn stover using aqueous ammonia pretreatment and two-phase simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (TPSSF), Bioresource Technology, 101(15), 5910-5916 (2010).
The results showed that the green plantain and banana pseudostem wastes contain high amount of carbohydrate which can be converted into sugar (glucose) by saccharification and fermentation into alcohol (biofuel), it can also be used in the paper making and in the preparation of cellulose derivatives; both samples have very high moisture content.
Research is underway on developing comprehensive technologies for the various processes involved in producing cellulosic ethanol, including raw material pretreatment, enzymatic saccharification and yeast fermentation.
processes SSF SHF GF DF gelatinization + + + - saccharification + - - liquification + + - - distillation + + + + (- : no, + : have) Table 3: Comparison of cost of four fermentation modes.
The simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process for ethanol production has been in existence for quite some time.
SSF has been combined with hemicellulose sugar fermentation (simultaneous saccharification and cofermentation) to lower costs, and has been studied for making products other than ethanol (Thomas 2000).
Enhancing enzymatic conversion of cellulosic materials by simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF) with Kluyveromyces marxianus (IMB) strains
The two main research topics at the BTRC are developments of bio-ethanol production technology centered on saccharification of woody biomass, and of technology for liquid fuel synthesis through gasification.
This process called SSF (Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation) enables the prime cost of bioethanol to compete with petrol produced from crude oil.
lt;< Lactic acid production by simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of alfalfa fiber".