This study demonstrates sulfite pretreatment to overcome recalcitrance of lignocellulose (SPORL) for robust bioconversion of hardwoods. With only about 4% sodium bisulfite charge on aspen and 30-min pretreatment at temperature 180[...
G. S. Wang; X. J. Pan; Junyong Zhu; Roland Gleisner; D. Rockwood
Sulfite, bisulfite, pretreatment, enzymatic hydrolysis, recalcitrance, lignocellulose, saccharification, hardwood, biomass, fermentation inhibitors, size reduction, SPORL, enzymes, biotechnology, industrial applications, biodegradation, cellulose, hydrolysis, glucose, fermentation, biomass energy, energy consumption, sugars, wood chips, aspen, maple, eucalyptus, cellulase, feedstock, populus, bioconversion, chemical utilization, biorefining, wood extractives, chips, Acer, sodium bisulfite, sulfite liquors, beta glucosidase
Biotechnology progress. Vol. 25, no. 4 (2009): p. 1086-1093.