Biotechnology Volume 12: Bioprocess Engineering
authors Ana P.M. Tavares, Ana M.R.B. Xavier and Dmitry Evtuguin
chapter title Chapter 22 - Biotechnology Applications in Pulp and Paper Industry
nationality International
abstract Foreword to the Series; About the Editors; List of Contributors; About the Series; Preface; Biogas Production: An Everlasting Source of Energy and Resources; Process Engineering Principles and Technological Aspects of Synthesis Gas Production from Biomass; Advances in Pretreatment Strategies of Biochemical Conversion of Biomass; Strategies for Reduced Enzyme Utilization in Biomass to Ethanol Conversion with Specific Assessment for the Role of Amphiphiles; A Promising Strategy to Biorefine Oils: Enzymatic Catalyzed Biodiesel Production and Development of High-Valued Products; Sustainable Biobutanol is the Green Gasoline of the Future; Fermentation of Biomass: Coffee Pulp; From Waste to Value-Added Products – Solid-State Fermentation by White-Rot Fungi; Interaction Between the Physical Properties of Cultivated Substrate and Microorganism Growth in Solid-State Fermentation; Microreactors-Think Big by Going Small; Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering; Hydrodynamics of Pneumatically Agitated External Loop Airlift Bioreactors; Human Mesenchymal Stromal Cell Bioreactor Expansion; Reactive Extraction of Carboxylic Acids; Downstream Processing of Organic Acids Involving Liquid Membranes; Ways and Means for the Downstream Processing of Lipase; Metabolic Level Modelling Applied to Metabolites Cells Production in a Chemostat; Determination of Equilibrium and Mass-Transfer Para-466 meters in a Batch Adsorption System: Mathematical Modeling of Clavulanic Acid Adsorption in Hydrotalcites; Biopharming and Bioprocessing of Plantibodies; Biopolymers: Novel Bioprocess Configuration for 1,3-520 Propanediol (1,3-PDO) Production; Application of NIR and Raman Spectroscopy in Biotechnology; Biotechnology Applications in Pulp and Paper Industry; Comparison of Optimal Conditions for Production of Carboxymethylcellulase by Bacillus subtilis subsp. Subtlis A-53 and its Recombinant Escherichia coli JMB109/A-53; Evaluation of Agro Wastes for the Enhanced Production of Extracellular Cellulase and Xylanase by Trichoderma harzianum; Appendix-I: Table of Contents of Biotechnology Series Vols. (1 to 12); Subject Index
publisher STUDIUM PRESS LLC
isbn 9781626990272
year published 2014
link http://studiumpress.in/indetail.asp?id=258


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