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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Production Of Ethanol From Extruded Degermed Corn Grits By A Nonconventional Fermentation Method|
Eduardo San Martin M.
|Abstract:||Degermed corn grits (DCG) were extruded at 150°C, with a compression rate of 1 : 2, and the materials were fermented by a nonconventional fermentation method. Yields of ethanol from various concentrations (12-30 g/200 ml) of extruded DCG were 0.37-0.38. It was found that the mold brad enzyme was superior to the glucoamylase preparations for ethanol fermentation, but combinedenzyme systems such as a mixture of glucoamylase, acid protease, and cellulolytic enzymes are as efficient in converting the extruded DCG to ethanol as the mold bran enzyme alone. © 1987.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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