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Handbook of Research on Bioenergy and Biomaterials
Consolidated and Green Processes



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September 15, 2021 Forthcoming by Apple Academic Press
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The handbook provides an understanding of consolidated processing and biorefinery systems for the production of bio-based chemicals and value-added bioproducts from renewable sources. The chapters look at a variety of bioenergy technological advances and improvements in the energy and materials sectors that aim to lower our dependence of fossil fuels and consequently reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. 

The volume looks at a selection of processes for the production of energy and biomaterials, including the Fischer–Tropsch process, gasification, pyrolysis, combustion, fermentation from renewable sources (such as, plants, animals and their byproducts), and others. Applications that are explored include transportation fuels, biodiesel production, wastewater treatment, edible packaging, bioplastics, physical rehabilitation, tissue engineering, biomedical applications, thermal insulation, industrial value compounds, and more. 

All of the topics covered in this publication address consolidated processes that play a pivotal role in the production of bioenergy and biomaterials because these processes require fewer unitary operations needed in the process, leading to a more direct method of production. This type of production system contributes to decreasing negative effects on the environment, lowering costs, saving energy and time, and improving profitability and efficiency. 

This volume will be valuable for the industrial sector, for researchers and scientists, as well as for faculty and advanced students.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Green Chemistry and Biorefinery 

1. Merging Green Chemistry and Biorefinery: Consolidating Processes A. G. Reyes, C. Rivera-Pérez, A. Sáenz-Galindo, J. J. Fuentes-Avilés, C. Salinas-Salazar, and R. Parra-Saldívar 

2. Design of Green Chemical Processes Lorena Farías Cepeda, Lucero Rosales Marines, Karina Reyes Acosta, Adolfo Romero Galarza, and Anilú Rubio Ríos 

3. Catalytic Routes in Biomass Conversion: Synthesis of Furfural and HMF Denis A. Cabrera-Munguia, Horacio González, Adolfo Romero-Galarza, L. Farías-Cepeda, Lucero Rosales-Marines, and Sandra L. Castañón-Alonso 

4. Conversion of Biomass to Liquid Transportation Fuels through the Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis: A Global Perspective C. Leyva, A. Romero-Galarza, S. L. Castañón-Alonso, L. Farías-Cepeda, L. Rosales-Marines, and A. Rubio Ríos 

5. Tailoring the Suitable Solid Catalyst for Biodiesel Production Using Second-Generation Feedstocks D. A. Cabrera-Munguia, A. Romero-Galarza, H. González, L. Farías-Cepeda, K. Reyes-Acosta, and L. E. Serrato-Villegas 

6. Anaerobic Digestion as a Consolidated Process Platform for Gaseous Biofuels Production and Other Added-Value Products Salvador Carlos Hernández, Diana Sofía Segovia Arévalo, and Lourdes Díaz Jiménez 

7. Microbial Butanol Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass: Consolidated Bioprocessing (CBP) José A. Rodríguez-De la Garza, Thelma K. Morales-Martínez, Miguel A. Medina-Morales, Adolfo Romero Galarza, Mayela Moreno-Dávila, Cristóbal N. Aguilar, and Leopoldo J. Ríos-González 

8. Consolidated Process for Bioenergy Production and Added-Value Molecules from Microalgae B. A. Ayil-Gútierrez, Y. J. Tamayo-Ordoñez, M. C. Tamayo-Ordoñez, V. Córdova-Quiroz Atl, L. J. Rios-Gonzalez, and I. M. M. Moreno-Davila 

9. Bioelectrochemical Systems for Wastewater Treatment and Energy Recovery S. Y. Martínez-Amador, L. J. Ríos-Gonzalez, M. M. Rodríguez-Garza, I. M. M Moreno-Dávila, T. K. Morales-Martinez, M. A. Medina-Morales, and J. A. Rodríguez-de la Garza 

10. Valorization of Non-Native Aquatic Weeds Biomass through Their Conversion to Biofuel Fernando Méndez-González, Alejandra Pichardo-Sánchez, Ben Hur Espinosa-Ramírez, Nubia R. Rodríguez-Durán, Guadalupe Bustos-Vázquez, and Luis V. Rodríguez-Durán 

11. Engineering Microorganisms for Chemicals and Biofuels Production Y. J. Tamayo-Ordoñez, B. Ayíl-Gútierrez, A. Ruiz-Marín, V. M. Interián-Ku, W. Poot-Poot, G. J. Sosa-Santillán, V. H. Ramos-Garcia, and M. C. Tamayo-Ordoñez 

12. Development of Useful Microbial Strains by Genetic Engineering María Tamayo Ordoñez, L. Humberto Martínez Montoya, Margarita López-Castillo, Paola Angulo-Bejarano, Rodolfo Torres-de los Santos, and Erika Acosta-Cruz 

Part 2: Biomaterials and Biomolecules 

13. Biotechnological Production of Biomaterials and Their Applications Mauricio Carrillo-Tripp, Rodolfo Torres-de los Santos, Miguel A. Medina-Morales, Leopoldo Ríos-González, María Antonia Cruz-Hernández, Salvador Castell-González, Gerardo de Jesús Sosa-Santillán, and Erika Acosta-Cruz

14. Biopolymer Extraction and Its Use in Edible Packaging Thalía A. Salinas-Jasso, María L. Flores-López, J. M. Vieira, Ana V. Charles-Rodríguez, Armando Robledo-Olivo, Olga B. Álvarez Pérez, Romeo Rojas Molina, and Miguel A. De León-Zapata

15. Bioplastics from Plant Oils and Sugars Alma Berenice Jasso-Salcedo, Araceli Martínez Ponce, Christian Javier Cabello Alvarado, Marlene Lariza Andrade Guel, and Carlos Alberto Ávila Orta

16. Biofibers for Polymer Reinforcement: Macro and Micro Mechanical Points of View F. J. Alonso-Montemayor, R. I. Narro-Céspedes, M. G. Neira-Velázquez, D. Navarro-Rodríguez, and C. N. Aguilar

17. Trends in the Modification and Obtaining of Biomaterials Used in Physical Rehabilitation and Tissue Engineering L. F. Mora-Cortes, R. I. Narro-Céspedes, A. Sáenz-Galindo, J. C. Contreras-Esquivel, M. G. Neira-Velázquez, and F. Ávalos-Belmontes

18. Hydrogel Systems Based on Collagen and/or Fibroin for Biomedical Applications Jesús A. Claudio-Rizo, Claudia M. López-Badillo, and Brenda R. Cruz-Ortiz

19. Understanding Consolidated Processes in the Design of Sustainable Biomaterials as Thermal Insulators Luis Fernando Sánchez Terán, Salvador Carlos Hernández, Arturo I. Martínez Enriquez, and Lourdes Díaz Jiménez

20. Catabolic Regulation of CCM in Bacteria for the Accumulation of Products of Commercial Interest M. C. Tamayo-Ordoñez, B. A. Ayil-Gútierrez, F. A. Tamayo-Ordoñez, E. A. De la Cruz-Arguijo, J. C. Contreras-Esquivel E. Cázares-Sánchez, and Y. J. Tamayo-Ordoñez

21. Limonene Biotransformation: An Efficient Strategy for the Production of Industrial Value Compounds H. A. Hugo-García., P. Villarreal Quintero, J. L. Iliná, A, Martínez-Hernández, E. P. Segura-Ceniceros, C. N. Aguilar, and M. L. Chávez-González

22. Mangiferin: Biological Diversity, Properties, and Biotechnological Applications J. C. Tafolla-Arellano, M. Á. Pérez Rodríguez, R. Rojas4, J. M. Tirado-Gallegos, R. Baeza-Jiménez and J. J. Buenrostro-Figueroa

23. Release and Production of Phenolic Biomolecules by Fungal Enzymes from Biomass Erika Acosta-Cruz, Luis Víctor Rodríguez-Durán, Leonardo Sepúlveda, Fernando Jasso-Juarez, Marisol Cruz-Requena, José Antonio Rodríguez-De la Garza, Leopoldo J. Ríos-González, and Miguel A. Medina-Morales Index

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Biography

Leopoldo J. Ríos-González, PhD, is a full-time Professor at the School of Chemistry, Autonomous University of Coahuila, Mexico. He is biologist chemist specializing in microbiology and holds a PhD in biotechnology. 

Jose A. Rodríguez-De la Garza, PhD, has been a full-time Professor since 2008 at the School of Chemistry, Autonomous University of Coahuila, Mexico, in the area environmental biotechnology. 

Miguel A. Medina Morales, PhD, is a full-time Professor at the School of Chemistry, Autonomous University of Coahuila, Mexico, in the area environmental biotechnology. 

Cristóbal Noé Aguilar, PhD, is Director of Research and Postgraduate Programs at the Universidad Autonoma de Coahuila, Mexico.