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Title: Developing co-culture system of dominant cellulolytic Bacillus sp. THLA0409 and dominant ethanolic Klebsiella oxytoca THLC0409 for enhancing ethanol production from lignocellulosic materials
Authors: Dang-Thuan Tran
Chi-Wen Lin
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:地球科學研究所
Keywords: Lignocelluloses
Direct microbial conversion (DMC)
Date: 2013-09
Issue Date: 2019-01-03T03:42:31Z
Publisher: Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers
Abstract: Abstract: This work developed a single-step process for converting lignocelluloses to ethanol using mesophilically native isolated strains. The strain Bacillus sp. THLA0409 was identified as a dominant cellulose-degrading bacterium, while the strain Klebsiella oxytoca THLC0409 was determined as a dominant sugars-utilizing bacterium. The co-culture of the two strains (Bacillus sp. THLA0409 and K. oxytoca THLC0409) remarkably enhanced utilization efficiency of hydrolysates from acid-pretreated raw bamboo, Napiergrass, rice straw and ethanol production which were determined as 145, 276, and 219 g/kg substrate used, respectively, compared to 73.5, 131, and 86.2 g/kg substrate used on natural raw bamboo, Napiergrass, and rice straw, respectively. The co-culture showed a potential bacterial source for ethanol production from lignocelluloses.
Relation: 44(5) pp.762-769
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/51895
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