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Immobilized biocatalysts, Saccharomyces yeasts, wastewater treatment
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|Statement||with contributions by S. Aiba ... [et al.].|
|Series||Advances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology -- 29|
|Contributions||Aiba, Shuichi, 1923-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
Application of biocatalysts immobilized by prepolymer methods; Regulation of respiration and its related metabolism by vitamin B1 and vitamin B6 in Saccharomyces yeasts; Anaerobic wastewater treatment; Role and function of protozoa in the biological treatment of polluted waters. The purpose of this work is to prepare ionically cross-linked (with CaCl 2) gellan particles with immobilized yeast cells for their use in repeated fermentation cycles of glucose. The study investigates the influence of ionic cross-linker concentration on the stability and physical properties of the particles obtained before extrusion and during time in the coagulation bath (the cross-linker.
A biocatalyst was prepared by immobilization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain AXAZ-1 on delignified cellulosic material (DCM). Repeated batch fermentations were conducted using these biocatalysts and free cells, separately, at temperatures of 20, 15, and 10 °C. Solid phase microextraction (SPME) was used in monitoring the formation of volatile alcohols, acetate esters, and ethyl esters of. Baker's yeast (S accharomyces cerevisiae) cells were magnetically modified with magnetic iron oxide particles prepared by microwave irradiation of iron(II) sulfate at high modification procedure was very simple and fast. Both non‐cross‐linked and glutaraldehyde cross‐linked magnetic cells enabled efficient sucrose conversion into glucose and fructose, due to the presence of.
Introduction. Wine fermentation is a complex microbiological process in which yeasts play a fundamental role. Although Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the main microorganism involved in the alcoholic fermentation of grape must, winemaking is a non-sterile process. Many other species of yeasts belonging to various non-Saccharomyces genera occur in grape juice and contribute to the first stages of. Saccharomyces cerevisiae has an extensive history of use in the area of food processing. Also known as Baker's Yeast or Brewer's Yeast, this organism has been used for centuries as leavening for bread and as a fermenter of alcoholic beverages. With a prolonged history of industrial applications, this yeast.
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Application of biocatalysts immobilized by prepolymer methods. Saburo Fukui, Atsuo Tanaka. Pages Regulation of respiration and its related wastewater treatment book by vitamin B 1 and vitamin B 6 in Saccharomyces yeasts.
Teijiro Kamihara, Ichiro Nakamura. Immobilized biocatalysts Anaerobic. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (vii, pages) Contents: Application of biocatalysts immobilized by prepolymer methods --Regulation of respiration and its related metabolism by vitamin B1 and vitamin B6 in Saccharomyces yeasts --Anaerobic wastewater treatment --Role and function of protozoa in the biological treatment of.
Examples of and investigations into immobilized biocatalysts (enzymes and cells) are known since about years. One of the first papers in this field was a report by Nelson and Griffin () on the absorption of yeast invertase (EC ) on charcoal which remained active in this state and catalyzed the hydrolysis of sucrose.
In book: Immobilized Biocatalysts Saccharomyces Yeasts Wastewater Treament, pp treatment of the cell-entrapping gels with saline or 70% ethanol resulted in recovery of the oxytetracycline. Abstract. The article reviews the present understanding of bacterial populations involved in anaerobic degradation of organic material into methane and CO 2 (biogas); furthermore some recent process developments for anaerobic wastewater treatment are described.
It could be demonstrated that at least three groups of bacteria are involved in methanogenesis. Saccharomyces cerevisiae YPH overexpressing glyoxalase I (GloI), S.
cerevisiae MT overexpressing isocitrate lyase (ICL), and Pichia pastoris GS overexpressing β-galactosidase (β-gal) were used as model recombinant yeast systems.
In all cases, the percentage of alcohol used for the treatment significantly affected the activity of. Wet cells ( g) were permeabilized by adding 1 ml of ethanol (~) or isopropyl alcohol (1) solution at various concentrations and incubated for 10 min (G1oI and gal systems) or 30 s (ICL system) at 4.
treatment on activity of whole cell biocatalysts Yeast cells overexpressing GIoI and gal were permeabilized for 10 min, and cells.
The application of yeast in the field of wastewater treatment such as high concentration organic wastewater, heavy metal ion wastewater, and domestic sewage were investigated by Yan Wang et al. Immobilised Biocatalysts for Bioremediation of Groundwater and Wastewater delivers insight into the concepts and performance of a series of remediation approaches.
A key strength of this book is to deliver results from lab-scale through to piloting at different European reference sites. Immobilized biocatalysts are—apart from application in the chemical/pharmaceutical industry—used as biosensors, in medical diagnoses, genomics and genome sequencing (next generation sequencing), for protein microarrays (tracking interactions and activities of.
Other studies have been developed with immobilized algal cells to remove nutrients (N and P) from wastewater, phenol and hexavalent chromium [14–17]. Similarly, the immobilization of Zymomonas and Saccharomyces have been used for the bio-ethanol production from waste materials [ 7 – 10, 18 – 20 ].
immobilized microorganisms could be cost effective since they can be used several times without significant loss of activity (Rhee et al., ; Devi and Sridhar, ). Therefore, immobilized microorganism technology has been explored as promising for wastewater treatment in the past few decades and in the near future (Zhou et al.
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are fascinating bioelectrochemical devices that use the catalytic activity of living microorganisms to draw electric energy from organic matter present naturally in the environment or in the waste.
Yeasts are eukaryotic microorganisms, classified as members of the fungus kingdom. Several yeast strains have been studied as biocatalysts in MFC with or without.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae immobilized in electrospun Pluronic F dimethacrylate (FDMA) was successfully employed for the production of ethanol in an immobilized cell reactor.
Yeast cells were immobilized into fibers formed through the process of electrospinning and cross-linking. At the beginning the isopropyl alcohol was used to permeabilize cells of baker’s yeast in order to maximize the catalase activity within the treated cells.
Afterwards the permeabilized cells were immobilized in calcium alginate beads and this biocatalyst was used for the degradation of hydrogen peroxide to oxygen and water.
The permeabilization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (baker's yeast), either before or after immobilization in polyacrylamide gel (PAG), has been examined as a means to increase the catalase activity of PAG‐immobilized yeast cells. Prior permeabilization of the cells resulted in large losses of catalase activity during immobilization, but permeabilization after immobilization produced increases.
A natural resin retrieved from Pistacia terebinthus tree was evaluated as an immobilization carrier of Saccharomyces cerevisiae AXAZ-1 cells targeting successive fermentation batches of sugar synthetic mediums.
Fermentation times below 54 h were recorded at temperatures 28–14 °C. In total, compounds were detected using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analysis, including.
Immobilized Biocatalysts, Saccharomyces, Yeasts, Wastewater Treatment por A. Fiechter,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis. Algal biomass fermentation is one of the promising alternatives for bioethanol production.
The bioethanol yield relies on fermentation conditions as the algal biomass amount, the yeast volume (% v/v), and the fermentation time.
In this work, algal biomass harvested from a pilot-scale high rate algal pond (HRAP) was fermented anaerobically using immobilized Saccharomyces cerevisiae (ATCC .Wastewater treatment with yeasts on a flask scale.
Yeast strains were pre-cultivated with shaking in 5 ml of YM medium for 24 h. The cells were harvested, washed with sterilized H 2 O twice, inoculated into 50 ml of sweet potato shochu wastewater or barley shochu wastewater ( OD ) in ml flasks, and grown at 30°C with shaking at rpm.This study evaluates the efficacy of yeasts isolated from soil in the treatment of textile wastewater.
Two yeast species were isolated from soil; they were identified as Candida zeylanoides and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The yeasts were inoculated into flask containing effluent and incubated for 15 days.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae > showed the most significant treatment capacity with a 66