Bacterial desulfurization of Turkish lignites.

Yurteri, Reyhan N


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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 ...
Citation Formats
R. N. Yurteri, “Bacterial desulfurization of Turkish lignites.,” Middle East Technical University, 1982.