Adrián González-Leos's research while affiliated with Autonomous University of Tamaulipas and other places

Publications (3)

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The chemical or enzymatic hydrolysis of sugar cane bagasse, allows the obtaining of fermentable sugars used in the biotechnological production of ethanol by using commercial or native yeasts obtained from different lignocellulosic materials. The purpose of this study was to assess the production capacity of ethanol from a native yeast strain isolat...
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La hidrólisis química o enzimática del bagazo de caña de azúcar permite la obtención de azúcares fermentables, utilizados en la producción biotecnológica de etanol, mediante el empleo de levaduras comerciales o autóctonas obtenidas de diferentes materiales lignocelulósicos. El objetivo de este trabajo fue valorar la capacidad de producción de etano...

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... 39.93% (Fig. 4A), even LA production increases quickly during that period, reasons why the process ended at 52 hours. Usually, biotransformation processes of this type last between 30 and 96 h [35,41], the difference with other case studies lies in the source of generation of the substrate, lignin, hemicellulose, or cellulose content (such as agro-industrial waste), these being longer in the process [42], the concentration of solids [35], particle size [36], and nutrient concentration [42]. ...
... Also, it should be noted that ethanol is a net energy source, easily storable, with a high oxygen content (35%) and clean combustion; it is considered to have an excellent potential for application as fuel [12]. Furthermore, a renewable resource is biomass generated by photosynthetic organisms (autotrophs), which store energy in the form of sugars that can be transformed into ethanol through fermentation [13]. ...