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Bioconversion of Cereal Products

by B. Godon

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Published by Wiley-Interscience .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages219
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Open LibraryOL7613061M
ISBN 100471188425
ISBN 109780471188421

  The biochemurgist –Bioconversion of agricultural raw materials for chemical production The biochemurgist –Bioconversion of agricultural raw materials for chemical production Koutinas, Apostolis A.; Wang, Ruo‐Hang; Webb, Colin Introduction century, it is timely to introduce the term biochemurgist, who is the scientist that exploits fundamental . downstream maize products is more than 32 billion euro (ESA, ). It is an annual cereal crop belonging to the grass family of Gramineae. Maize, apart from its uses as food and fodder, can be processed into a variety of food and industrial products, including starch, sweeteners, corn oil,File Size: 6MB.

Microbiology Chapter Microorganisms as industrial products. They themselves can be industrial product. Converting the energy of living things into bioconversion. Bioconversion. Converting biomass into alternative energy sources. Methane. Produced from waste in landfills. Rapeseed meal is a cheap and abundant raw material, particularly rich in phenolic compounds of biotechnological interest. In this study, we developed a two-step bioconversion process of naturally occurring sinapic acid (4-hydroxy-3,5-dimethoxycinnamic acid) from rapeseed meal into canolol by combining the complementary potentialities of two filamentous fungi, the Cited by: 4.

Microbial bioconversion of agricultural waste, household waste or other natural products like leaf litter and non-decomposed matter into compost products was developed in the past several years. Various microorganisms were reported as fast decomposers, biodegraders, and bioconverters of non-useful products (Gautam et al. ).Cited by: 1. Traditional Saccharomyces cerevisiae ferments glucose to ethanol rapidly and efficiently, but it is limited in its fermentation of pentose sugars (xylose and arabinose) to ethanol. For future sustainable and cost-efficient lignocellulosic biomass conversion to ethanol, there exist two major challenges: heterogeneous sugar utilization and stress tolerance in engineering microbial Cited by:


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Bioconversion and biotransformation are other approaches for the production of flavor and fragrance compounds described as the use of microbial cells or enzymes to perform specific modifications or interconversions of precursor substances to a structurally similar flavor compound.

Several precursors, which are inexpensive and easily available, can be converted. William J. Hale who published the book Th e Farm Chemurgic in to describe the production of industrial products from agricultural raw materials.

As a result, the chemurgist is a scientist that converts agricultural or organic raw materials into industrial and chemical prod-ucts. Since biochemical engineering and biochemistry wereCited by:   insect-based bioconversion of food waste is the controlled breakdown of an initial feedstock (food waste) into insect biomass and frass (waste residuals) (Barry ), with the latter consisting of predominantly insect frass and to a lesser extent, shed exoskeletons, dead insect parts, and potentially uneaten process of insect-based bioconversion of food Author: Trevor M.

Fowles, Christian Nansen. InColin was honoured by being elected founding Fellow of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology. His research interests are largely directed towards the application of process engineering concepts to grain processing systems, particularly in the area of bioconversion of cereal products.4/5(1).

@article{osti_, title = {Agriculture: Bioconversion of sugar cane molasses}, author = {Simon, P}, abstractNote = {Auxein Corporation is demonstrating for commercial use an organic acid phytochelate, derived from what would otherwise be a discarded portion of sugar cane, that could increase the domestic sugar industry's profit margin from near zero to 7%.

Book review Full text access Principles of cereal science and technology (2nd edn): edited by R. Carl Hoseney, American Association of Cereal Chemists, $ (N. America)/$ (elsewhere) (ix + pages) ISBN 0 79 1.

Starch, protein, bran and straw, already diverse across cereal varieties, can be fraction­ ated into more specific elements, modified chemically to enhance function, or used as feedstocks in fermentation-based bioconversion systems, to produce a range of bulk and fine chemicals for industries as diverse as food, pharmaceuticals, plastics.

Cereal grains for the food and beverage industries provides a comprehensive overview of all of the important cereal and pseudo-cereal species, from their composition to their use in food products. The book reviews the major cereal species, starting with wheat and triticale before covering rye, barley and oats.

Bio-processing of agro-byproducts to animal feed C. Ajila et al. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology Downloaded from by on 03/01/ Recent progress in the measurement of the bioconversion of dietary provitamin A carotenoids to vitamin A is reviewed in this article.

Methods to assess the bioavailability and bioconversion of Author: Guangwen Tang. InColin was honoured by being elected founding Fellow of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology. His research interests are largely directed towards the application of process engineering concepts to grain processing systems, particularly in the area of bioconversion of cereal s: 1.

Environmental Biotechnology for Bioconversion of Agricultural and Forestry Wastes into Nutritive Biomass The cereal by-products and winery wastes used as substrata for growing the fungal species G.

lucidum, L. edodes and P. ostreatus by controlled submerged fermentation showed optimal effects on the Help us write another book on this Cited by: 8.

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After its launch, Sustainable Recovery and Reutilization of Cereal Processing By-Products continues to raise interest among researchers, academics, students, professionals and industrial partners activated in the field. Indeed, thousands of colleagues have already joined our Linkedin and Facebook communities, participated in our open forums, discussed their needs, asked.

InColin was honoured by being elected founding Fellow of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology. His research interests are largely directed towards the application of process engineering concepts to grain processing systems, particularly in the area of bioconversion of cereal products.

Also, the content of book is designed systematically to include significant and scientific research and advancement for new product development and advanced knowledge on nutritional attributes of the dairy and cereal based products.

This book will be an important reference material for students, researchers and academicians dealing with. Starch, protein, bran and straw, already diverse across cereal varieties, can be fraction ated into more specific elements, modified chemically to enhance function, or used as feedstocks in fermentation-based bioconversion systems, to produce a range of bulk and fine chemicals for industries as diverse as food, pharmaceuticals, plastics.

The oat (Avena sativa), sometimes called the common oat, is a species of cereal grain grown for its seed, which is known by the same name (usually in the plural, unlike other cereals and pseudocereals).While oats are suitable for human consumption as oatmeal and oat milk, one of the most common uses is as livestock feed.

Oats are a nutrient-rich food associated with lower Clade: Tracheophytes. Food spoilage microorganisms focuses on the control of microbial spoilage and provides an understanding necessary to do this. The first part of this essential new book looks at tools, techniques and methods for the detection and analysis of microbial food spoilage with chapters focussing on analytical methods, predictive modelling and stability Pages:.

Barley (Hordeum vulgare), a member of the grass family, is a major cereal grain grown in temperate climates globally. It was one of the first cultivated grains, particularly in Eurasia as early as 10, years ago.

Barley has been used as animal fodder, as a source of fermentable material for beer and certain distilled beverages, and as a component of various health : Angiosperms.2. Fermented dairy products 3. Fermented meat products 4. Fermented fruits and vegetables 5.

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