Recent Progress in Bioconversion of Lignocellulosics / Edition 1

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This volume reports the latest advances in the science and technology related to the conversion of lignocellulosics. A portion of the volume is devoted to molecular biology of the enzymes and the microbes involved in the conversion. Hydrolysis of cellulose continues to be of prime importance in the overall conversion scheme. Reaction kinetics and mechanisms of cellulases as well as the state-of-the-art methods of cellulase production by submerged fermentation and also by solid state fermentation are included in the volume. The latest advances made in dilute acid hydrolysis of cellulose are described. Finally, some exciting methods and perspectives for bioconverion of lignocellulosics into ethanol, organic acids and other value-added products are described.
This volume should be useful to researchers in this area. It should also be helpful to those who want a concise overview of lignocellulosics.

Disc. genetics & properties of cellulases; reaction kinetics & mechanisms; cellulase production & use; cost issues.

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Table of Contents

D.B. Wilson, D.C. Irwin: Genetics and Properties of Cellulases.- N.S. Mosier, P. Hall, C.M. Ladisch, M.R. Ladisch: Reaction Kinetics, Molecular Action, and Mechanisms of Cellulolytic Proteins.- J.S. Tolan, B. Foody: Cellulase from Submerged Fermentation.- P. Cen, L. Xia: Production of Cellulase by Solid-State Fermentation.- Y.Y. Lee, P. Iyer, R.W. Torget: Dilute-Acid Hydrolysis of Lignocellulosic Biomass.- T.W. Jeffries, N.-Q. Shi: Genetic Engineering for Improved Xylose Fermentation by Yeasts.- N.W.Y. Ho, Z. Chen, A.P. Brainard, M. Sedlak: Successful Design and Development of Genetically Engineered Saccharomyces Yeasts for Effective Cofermentation of Glucose and Xylose from Cellulosic Biomass to Fuel Ethanol.- H.M. Muhlemann, H.R. Bungay: Research Perspectives for Bioconversion of Scrap Paper. C.S. Gong, N.J. Cao, J. Du, G.T. Tsao: Ethanol Production from Renewable Resources.- G.T. Tsao, N.J. Cao, J. Du, C.S. Gong: Production of Multifunctional Organic Acids from Renewable Resources.

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