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Cereals
A Renewable Resource, Theory and Practice
edited by
Y. Pomeranz
and Lars Munck

Cereals: A Renewable Resource tackles questions of whether or not cereals are a viable renewable resource.

Cereals: A Renewable Resource is a valuable source of information for Agronomists, Food Scientists, Food Technologists, Economists, and administrators and other decision makers.

Contents:

  1. Cereal Production
  2. Economic Considerations in Industrial Utilization of Cereals
  3. The Relative Economics of Wheat and Maize as Raw Materials for Starch Manufacture
  4. Biomass: Source of Tomorrow's Chemicals
  5. Harvest of Grain and Straw: Quantities and Qualities
  6. Harvest and Separation of Whole-Crop Feed Barley
  7. Multiobjective Optimization of a Grain Drying Process
  8. Milling of Cereals for Total Utilization
  9. The Separation of Fermentable Carbohydrate and Protein from Wheat by Wet-milling Under Australian Conditions
  10. Application and Control of Thermoplastic Extrusion of Cereals for Food and Industrial Uses
  11. Modification of Proteins for Functional and Nutritional Improvements
  12. The Physical Properties of Wheat Proteins
  13. Starch: Industrial Raw Material
  14. Sweeteners From Cereals: The Interconversion of Function
  15. Industrial Chemicals Form Cereals
  16. Thermochemical Routes To Convert Biomass to Gaseous and Liquid Fuels
  17. Bioconversion Processes
  18. Microbial Processes for the Conversion of Lignocellulose/Hemicellulose Residues to Energy and Feedstuffs
  19. Uses of Biosensors in Bioconversion Processes
  20. Sorghum
  21. Barley for Food, Feed and Industry
  22. Wheat and Triticale-a Multiple Approach for Use as a Renewable Resource
  23. Theory and Practice of Rice By-Products Utilization
  24. Industrial Uses of Dry-Milled Corn Products
  25. Properties and Industrial Uses of Corncobs
  26. Utilization of Cereal Processing By-Products
  27. Industrial Utilization of Straw
  28. The Bioconversion of Waste Straw into Animal Feedstuffs
  29. Processed Feed From Straw for Ruminants
  30. Small-Scale Ethanol Production from Cereal Feedstocks
  31. Gasohol: The U.S. Experience
  32. Process Considerations for the Production of Ethanol from Cereals
  33. Low Refined Plant Material as Diesel Fuel
  34. Potential Fuel Production from Cereals-an Australian Assessment
  35. Economic Evaluation of Industrial Use of Cereals-The Alcohol Fuel Case

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A Renewable Resource, Theory and Practice
edited by Y. Pomeranz and Lars Munck

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