Originally Chinese version Xianweisu Shengwu Jishu, 2nd ed., published by Chemical Industry Press, China 2011. Jointly published with Chemical Industry Press
2014, XVIII, 510 p. 75 illus., 28 illus. in color.
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New concepts and progresses on the bio-refinery of lignocellulose
Application of ecological industry thoughts in the total-biomass utilization of lignocellulose Typical examples for ecological industry model of biotechnology of lignocellulose
Systematic research methods for the biotechnology of lignocellulose
This book presents and summarizes the new thoughts, new methods and new achievements that have emerged in the biotechnology of lignocellulose in recent years. It proposes new concepts including the primary refining, fractionation, multi-level utilization and selective structural separation of lignocellulose, etc. By approaching lignocellulose as a multi-level resource, biotechnology could have a significant effect on ecological agriculture, bio-energy, the chemical and paper making industries, etc., ultimately establishing distinctive eco-industrial parks for lignocellulose. Additionally, this book provides systematic research methods for the biotechnology of lignocellulose including investigation methods for the primary refining of lignocellulose, for microbial degradation and enzymatic hydrolysis, for cellulose fermentation and for lignocellulose conversion processes. It offers an excellent reference work and guide for scientists engaging in research on lignocellulose.
Dr. Hongzhang Chen is a Professor at the Institute of Process Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Bioconversion of lignocelluloses - Biorefinery of lignocelluloses - Biotechnology of lignocelluloses - Chemical industry - Ecological industry - Total-biomass utilization