What is bioethanol cellulosic ethanol how could it be

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Unformatted text preview: le bond), has lower melting point than stearic acid, which has the same number carbons but is saturated. The presence of cis- double bond will make oleic acid bent, hence less tightly packed and more fluid. Therefore, it stays as liquid at lower temperature. 3. 4. What is bioethanol (cellulosic ethanol)? How could it be made? Cellulosic ethanol is made by fermentation of sugars (primarily glucose) generated from the hydrolysis of cellulosic agricultural wastes such as corn stover and wheat/rice straws. The cellulosic raw materials are first hydrolyzed by cellulases from microbes capable of utilizing cellulose. The fermentation process is similar to the brewing process that is already well established in industry. Assume you have a protein that is 44 kD...
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