Bacterial production and screening of polyhydroxyalkanoates by using a novel spectrofluorometric method.

Dayanç, B. Emre


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Yurteri, Reyhan N; Department of Environmental Engineering (1982)
Bacterial cellulase production using grape pomace hydrolysate as a carbon source
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Bacterial polyhydroxyalkanoates: Biosynthesis, screening and characterisation
Gursel, I; Alaeddinoglu, NG (1997-09-17)
Plastic products are a part of our everyday life, but there are rising concerns worldwide that petroleum-based plastics are having detrimental effects on the environment. These products have estimated degradation times ranging from 20 years for vending machine cups, to 100 years for PET plastic bottles and 500 years for polystyrene foam caps and dishes. Although recycling is improving, about 75% will still be disposed into landfills and new strategies that can overcome this environmental problem will need t...
Bacterial cellulase production using grape pomace hydrolysate and synthetic sugar as sole carbon sources by shake-flask submerged fermentation
Kurt, Ayşe Sultan; Çekmecelioğlu, Deniz; Department of Food Engineering (2019)
Grape pomace is the major waste in the wine industry and it consists of high moisture content and residual sugars, which make it susceptible to rapid microbial spoilage. Thus, it needs to be disposed of with care to eliminate both environmental and health problems. The carbohydrate fraction of grape pomace is a fibrous material, and is an additional source of fermentable sugars to produce biofuel and hydrolytic enzymes. In this study, grape pomace hydrolysate was used for cellulase production with Bacillus ...
Bacterial and fungal strain selections for cellulase and xylanase production using distillers' dried grains with solubles (DDGS)
Iram, Attia; Çekmecelioğlu, Deniz; Demirci, Ali (2020-01-01)
Distillers' dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are by-products of dry-mill bioethanol production from corn and wheat. The DDGS is leftover by the yeast after converting the starch into ethanol and it has a high nutritional profile including undigested fiber and protein fractions. The DDGS can be used as cheap microbial feedstock for the production of cellulase and xylanases, which are produced from expensive industrial feedstocks. In this study, screening of several bacterial and fungal strains was done usin...
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B. E. Dayanç, “Bacterial production and screening of polyhydroxyalkanoates by using a novel spectrofluorometric method.,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.