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close this bookBioconversion of Organic Residues for Rural Communities (UNU, 1979)
close this folderPossible applications of enzyme technology in rural areas
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View the documentEnzyme hydrolysis of manioc
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View the documentCellulose degradation and utilization
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References

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3. O.R. Zaborskv, Immobilized Enzymes, CRC Press, Cleveland, Ohio,1973.

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10. J. Gordon, M. Jiminez, C.L. Cooney, and D.I.C. Wang, "Sugar Accumulation during Enzyme Hydorlysis and Fermentation of Cellulose, "AIChE Symposium Series No.181, 74: 91 (1978).

11. I.V. Gorbacheva and N.A. Rodionova, "Studies on Xylan Degrading Enzymes. I. Purification and Characterization of endo-1 -4-ß-Xylanase from Aspergillus niger str. 14, " Biochem. Biophys. Acta 484: 79 (1977).

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