Keywords = Bioethanol
Number of Articles: 10
1. A review on green liquid fuels for the transportation sector: a prospect of microbial solutions to climate change

Volume 6, Issue 3, Summer 2019, Pages 995-1024

10.18331/BRJ2019.6.3.2

Hamed Kazemi Shariat Panahi; Mona Dehhaghi; James E. Kinder; Thaddeus Chukwuemeka Ezeji

A review on green liquid fuels for the transportation sector: a prospect of microbial solutions to climate change


2. Microalgal biomass pretreatment for bioethanol production: a review

Volume 5, Issue 1, Winter 2018, Pages 780-791

10.18331/BRJ2018.5.1.5

Jesús Velazquez-Lucio; Rosa M. Rodríguez-Jasso; Luciane M. Colla; Aide Sáenz-Galindo; Daniela E. Cervantes-Cisneros; Cristóbal N. Aguilar; Bruno D. Fernandes; Héctor A. Ruiz

Microalgal biomass pretreatment for bioethanol production: a review


3. Bacterial laminarinase for application in ethanol production from brown algae Sargassum sp. using halotolerant yeast

Volume 5, Issue 1, Winter 2018, Pages 792-797

10.18331/BRJ2018.5.1.6

C.M.T. Perez; I.G. Pajares; V.A. Alcantara; J.F. Simbahan

Bacterial laminarinase for application in ethanol production from brown algae Sargassum sp. using halotolerant yeast


4. Energy and environmental assessments of bioethanol production from Sri Kanji 1 cassava in Malaysia

Volume 4, Issue 1, Winter 2017, Pages 537-544

10.18331/BRJ2017.4.1.3

M. Hanif; T.M.I. Mahlia; H.B. Aditiya; M.S. Abu Bakar

Energy and environmental assessments of bioethanol production from Sri Kanji 1 cassava in Malaysia


5. Simultaneous biosorption and bioethanol production from lead-contaminated media by Mucor indicus

Volume 4, Issue 1, Winter 2017, Pages 545-550

10.18331/BRJ2017.4.1.4

Saman Samadi; Keikhosro Karimi; Sanaz Behnam

Simultaneous biosorption and bioethanol production from lead-contaminated media by <i>Mucor indicus</i>


6. Maximising high solid loading enzymatic saccharification yield from acid-catalysed hydrothermally-pretreated brewers spent grain

Volume 3, Issue 2, Spring 2016, Pages 417-429

10.18331/BRJ2016.3.2.7

Stuart Wilkinson; Katherine A. Smart; Sue James; David J. Cook

Maximising high solid loading enzymatic saccharification yield from acid-catalysed hydrothermally-pretreated brewers spent grain