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Title Sugarcane-based biofuels and bioproducts / edited by Ian M. O'Hara and Sagadevan G. Mundree.
Imprint Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2016.

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Subject Biomass energy.
Sugarcane -- Biotechnology.
Alt Name O'Hara, Ian M.,
Mundree, Sagadevan G., 1946-
Description 1 online resource
Note Includes index.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- List of contributors -- Part I Sugarcane for biofuels and bioproducts -- Chapter 1 The sugarcane industry, biofuel, and bioproduct perspectives -- 1.1 Sugarcane-a global bioindustrial crop -- 1.2 The global sugarcane industry -- 1.2.1 Sugarcane -- 1.2.2 Sugarcane harvesting and transport -- 1.2.3 The raw sugar production process -- 1.2.4 The refined sugar production process -- 1.2.5 The sugar market -- 1.3 Why biofuels and bioproducts? -- 1.3.1 The search for new revenue -- 1.3.2 Sugar, ethanol, and cogeneration.
1.3.3 Fiber-based biofuels and bioproducts -- 1.3.4 Climate change and renewable products -- 1.3.5 New industries for sustainable regional communities -- 1.4 Sugarcane biorefinery perspectives -- 1.4.1 The sugarcane biorefinery -- 1.4.2 The sustainability imperative -- 1.4.3 Future developments in biotechnology for sugarcane biorefineries -- 1.5 Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 2 Sugarcane biotechnology: tapping unlimited potential -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 History of sugarcane, sugarcane genetics, wild varieties -- 2.3 Uses of sugarcane -- 2.3.1 Food and beverages.
2.3.2 Biofuels and bioenergy -- 2.3.3 Fibers and textiles -- 2.3.4 Value-added products -- 2.4 Sugarcane biotechnology -- 2.4.1 Limitations of sugarcane biotechnology -- 2.5 Improvement of sugarcane-breeding versus genetic modification through biotechnology -- 2.6 Genetic modification of sugarcane -- 2.7 Paucity of high-quality promoters -- 2.8 Opportunities for GM-improved sugarcane -- 2.9 Improved stress tolerance and disease resistance -- 2.9.1 Stress tolerance -- 2.9.2 Drought -- 2.9.3 Salinity -- 2.10 Naturally resilient plants as a novel genetic source for stress tolerance.
2.11 Disease resistance -- 2.12 Industrial application of sugarcane -- 2.13 How will climate change and expanded growing-region affect vulnerability to pathogens? -- 2.14 Conclusion and perspectives -- References -- Part II Biofuels and bioproducts -- Chapter 3 Fermentation of sugarcane juice and molasses for ethanol production -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Natural microbial ecology -- 3.2.1 Saccharomyces yeasts -- 3.2.2 Wild yeasts -- 3.2.3 Bacterial contaminants -- 3.3 Yeast identification -- 3.3.1 Identification of genetic and physiological phenotypes -- 3.3.2 Molecular identification methods.
3.4 Cell surface and cell-cell interactions -- 3.4.1 Dissolved air flotation -- 3.4.2 Flocculation -- 3.4.3 Biofilms -- 3.5 Sugarcane juice and bagasse -- 3.5.1 Harvesting of the sugarcane -- 3.5.2 Reception and cleaning of sugarcane -- 3.5.3 Juice extraction -- 3.5.4 Juice clarification -- 3.5.5 Juice concentration -- 3.5.6 Quality of clarified juice -- 3.6 Fermentation of juice and molasses -- 3.6.1 Starters yeasts -- 3.6.2 Raw materials used in fermentation -- 3.6.3 The fermentation -- 3.7 Cogeneration of energy from bagasse -- 3.8 Bioreactors and processes -- 3.8.1 Batch fermentation.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781118719824 (electronic bk.)
1118719824 (electronic bk.)
9781118719862 (electronic bk.)
1118719867 (electronic bk.)
9781118719916
1118719913
9781118719923 (epub)
OCLC # 945447349
Additional Format Print version: Sugarcane-based biofuels and bioproducts. Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2016 9781118719916 (DLC) 2016007511 (OCoLC)940795776