Bioethanol Production from Food Crops: Sustainable Sources, Interventions, and Challenges

Editat de Ramesh C. Ray, S Ramachandran
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 29 Aug 2018

Bioethanol Production from Food Crops: Sustainable Sources, Interventions and Challenges comprehensively covers the global scenario of ethanol production from both food and non-food crops and other sources. The book guides readers through the balancing of the debate on food vs. fuel, giving important insights into resource management and the environmental and economic impact of this balance between demands. Sections cover Global Bioethanol from Food Crops and Forest Resource, Bioethanol from Bagasse and Lignocellulosic wastes, Bioethanol from algae, and Economics and Challenges, presenting a multidisciplinary approach to this complex topic.
As biofuels continue to grow as a vital alternative energy source, it is imperative that the proper balance is reached between resource protection and human survival. This book provides important insights into achieving that balance.




  • Presents technological interventions in ethanol production, from plant biomass, to food crops
  • Addresses food security issues arising from bioethanol production
  • Identifies development bottlenecks and areas where collaborative efforts can help develop more cost-effective technology




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ISBN-13: 9780128137666
ISBN-10: 0128137665
Pagini: 460
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 x 32 mm
Greutate: 0.80 kg

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Agricultural Science Researchers, academicians, graduate and post-graduate students, agribusiness practitioners, socio-economists


Section I. Bioethanol: Global Overview
Section II. Bioethanol from Food Crops and Forest Resource
Section III. Bioethanol from Bagasse and Lignocellulosic wastes
Section IV. Bioethnaol from algae
Section V. Economics and Challenges