Biofuels (ASM)

Biofuels are produced through contemporary processes from biomass rather than geological processes involved in fossil fuel formation. Examples include biodiesel, green diesel, biogas, etc. Discover the latest research on biofuels in this feed.

August 1, 2021

Long-term semi-continuous production of carbohydrate-enriched microalgae biomass cultivated in low-loaded domestic wastewater.

The Science of the Total Environment
Cesar E Solís-SalinasDulce María Arias
August 1, 2021

Enhanced biogas production from Lantana camara via bioaugmentation of cellulolytic bacteria.

Bioresource Technology
Debasree SinhaShibani Chaudhury
August 1, 2021
Review

Trends in renewable energy production employing biomass-based biochar.

Bioresource Technology
Shashi Kant BhatiaYung-Hun Yang
July 31, 2021
Preprint
Open Access

A single nucleotide change in the polC DNA polymerase III in Clostridium thermocellum is sufficient to create a hypermutator phenotype

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
A. A. LanahanL. R. Lynd
August 1, 2021

Biological elimination of a high concentration of hydrogen sulfide from landfill biogas.

Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
Rania IbrahimHubert Cabana
July 31, 2021

Recovery of methane dissolved in the effluent of a novel Upflow Anaerobic Hybrid Reactor (UAHB) submitted to temperature variation.

Environmental Technology
José Gustavo Venâncio RamosFernando Hermes Passig
July 31, 2021

Fuel feedstock determines biodiesel exhaust toxicity in a human airway epithelial cell exposure model.

Journal of Hazardous Materials
Katherine R LandwehrWAERP
July 31, 2021
Review

Fourth generation biofuel from genetically modified algal biomass: Challenges and future directions.

Chemosphere
Hoofar ShokraviAhmad Fauzi Ismail
July 30, 2021

Non-targeted LC-MS and CE-MS for biomarker discovery in bioreactors: Influence of separation, mass spectrometry and data processing tools.

The Science of the Total Environment
Oliver HöckerChristian Neusüß
July 30, 2021
Review

A review of chemical constituents and health-promoting effects of citrus peels.

Food Chemistry
Na LiuWenyuan Gao
July 30, 2021

Enhanced anaerobic digestion of swine manure via a coupled microbial electrolysis cell.

Bioresource Technology
Lifei ZouWudi Zhang

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