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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With the knowledge framework in place to optimize microbial engineering and fermentation, we believe our methanotroph bioconversion approach will reduce energy use, production costs, and waste while producing a single high value product.
Bioconversion of lignocellulose into ruminant feed with white rot fungi - Review of work done at the FAL, Braunschweig.
For the productivity evaluation, the following parameters were used: total number of flushes, yield of each bag and total mushroom yield (g) (fresh and dry weight), moisture content (%), biological efficiency (%) and bioconversion efficiency (%).
Bioconversion of lignocellulosic biomass: biochemical and molecular perspectives.
Converting up to 90 percent or more of the organic solids contained in the feedstock, the BCS process technologies enable bioconversion systems serving the commercial co-digestion, food processing, agri-business, oil, gas, and mining, chemical and pharmaceutical, military, and municipal markets.
In this study, we addressed the question of the possible bioconversion of topical beta-carotene into vitamin A or derivatives by human and mouse skin.
Ji's team has already figured out how to use bioconversion technology to turn kitchen waste into fuel for automobiles, as well as learned how to turn leftover material from the conversion process into organic fertilizer.
In this project, the production of ethanol using bioconversion is investigated with willow biomass as the feedstock.
However, several sources of evidence strongly suggest that normal aging and multiple dietary and disease conditions may interfere with this bioconversion, and/or may reduce body pools of GLA metabolites, such as dihomogamma-linolenic acid (DGLA).
UF noted that the bioconversion technology has been selected by the Department of Commerce to become Landmark Patent No.
thermophilum does improve the bioconversion of high fiber grains such as oats,
Prolactis is a microbiological process that provides for the bioconversion of lactose and other sugars into high protein biomass through the use of a proprietary bioreactor.