bioconversion


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bioconversion

[‚bī·o·kən′vər·zhən]
(biophysics)
The process of converting biomass to a source of usable energy.
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Our unique bioconversion technology makes it possible for us to produce a non-GMO sweetener that meets regulatory compliance here in the U.
Bioconversion of cellulosic substances into energy, chemicals and microbial protein," Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, (1977).
Vijay PM, Shyam SP, Ahmed AS and MVB Mirza Bioconversion of low quality lignocellulosic agricultural waste into edible protein by Pleurotus sajorcaju (Fr.
Cellulose is the major composition of lignocellulosic biomass and the bioconversion of cellulose needs a combined effect of three classes of hydrolytic enzymes, including endoglucanases (EC 3.
1] of acetic acid as inhibitory factors for Pichia bioconversion, showing strong effect on pH, which is reduced by their cleavage in the cytoplasm, influencing the consumption of sugars as well as biomass and ethanol formation.
Adsorption studies for the separation of L-tryptophan from L-serine and indole in a bioconversion medium.
Chapters on genetic modification of woody species and bioconversion (use of woods as an energy source, enzymatic hydrolysis) demonstrate the concern throughout this volume for applied research.
This may be attributed to bioconversion of some phytosterols to cholesterol and other phytosterols.
Bioconversion of the filter press cake (Mud) of the sugar cane to biomass protein and its biological evaluation.
Thus the present work attempts to utilize the wasteful natural rubber effluent through bioconversion of the wastewater into useful products such as bioprotein and protease enzyme which ultimately could maximize the revenue of rubber industry and leading to a zero-discharge scenario.
During the convention, 300 international investors, business leaders and government officials will meet to consider investment in and commercialization of these assets, particularly biomass bioconversion for protein, oil and mineral recovery.