Cassava : farming, uses, and economic impact by Colleen M. Pace

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5% acid. The increase in dose of glucoamylase leads to improved yields of ethanol without any lowering in the residual reducing sugars. The ethanol yield and productivity were better and the residual reducing sugars were lower in solid phase fermentation as compared to the fermentation of liquid hydrolysate obtained by hydraulic pressing of the saccharified pulp. , 2008). Further, highest ethanol yield was observed at 60% moisture holding capacity and 120h of fermentation In a most recent study, an alternative cassava bagasse saccharification process, which utilized the multi-activity enzyme from Aspergillus niger BCC17849 and obviated the need for a pre-gelatinization step, was developed.

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