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dc.creatorVendruscolo, Francielo-
dc.identifier.citationVENDRUSCOLO, Francielo. Biohydrogen production from starch residues. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology: international journal of bioengineering and life sciences, v. 8, n. 12, p. 1287-1293, 2014.pt_BR
dc.identifier.issne- 2010-3778-
dc.description.abstractThis review summarizes the potential of starch agroindustrial residues as substrate for biohydrogen production. Types of potential starch agroindustrial residues, recent developments and bio-processing conditions for biohydrogen production will be discussed. Biohydrogen is a clean energy source with great potential to be an alternative fuel, because it releases energy explosively in heat engines or generates electricity in fuel cells producing water as only by-product. Anaerobic hydrogen fermentation or dark fermentation seems to be more favorable, since hydrogen is yielded at high rates and various organic waste enriched with carbohydrates as substrate result in low cost for hydrogen production. Abundant biomass from various industries could be source for biohydrogen production where combination of waste treatment and energy production would be an advantage. Carbohydrate-rich nitrogendeficient solid wastes such as starch residues can be used for hydrogen production by using suitable bioprocess technologies. Alternatively, converting biomass into gaseous fuels, such as biohydrogen is possibly the most efficient way to use these agroindustrial residues.pt_BR
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dc.subjectFood wastept_BR
dc.subjectDark fermentationpt_BR
dc.subjectStarch residuespt_BR
dc.titleBiohydrogen production from starch residuespt_BR
dc.publisher.countryEstados unidospt_BR
dc.publisher.departmentEscola de Agronomia - EA (RG)pt_BR
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