Use of Wastewaters from Ethanol Distilleries and Glycerol Mixtures for Microbial Oils Production
American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering
Volume 4, Issue 4, August 2016, Pages: 41-48
Received: Aug. 26, 2016; Accepted: Oct. 29, 2016; Published: Nov. 23, 2016
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Evelyn Faife Perez, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
Aidin Martínez, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
Yanay Martínez, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
Nayra Ochoa, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
Amaury Álvarez, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
Juana M. Chanfon, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
Mayrelis Mesa, Biotechnology Division, Cuban Institute for Research Sugarcane by-Products (ICIDCA), Havana, Cuba
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Abstract
Biodiesel has become more attractive in recent years because of its environmental benefits. One way to reduce the high cost of biodiesel is by lowering the cost of raw materials specially oils. Recently, much attention has been paid to the development of microbial oils through cultures of oleaginous microorganisms in inexpensive substrates as the wastewaters of some food industries and the crude glycerol from biodiesel production itself. Thus, cultivation of oleaginous yeasts in glycerol-based media is attracting great interest and natural biodiversity is increasingly explored to identify novel oleaginous species recycling this carbon source for growth and lipid production. Identification of oleaginous yeasts and the evaluation in glycerol and vinasse mixtures was employed to produce biomass enriched in microbial lipids and to remove nutrients from vinasse simultaneously. The fatty acid composition of the lipids was similar to that from plant oils and other microbial lipids therefore they can be used as raw material for feed additives and biodiesel production.
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Vinasse, Glycerol, Lipids, Biodiesel, Oleaginous
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Evelyn Faife Perez, Aidin Martínez, Yanay Martínez, Nayra Ochoa, Amaury Álvarez, Juana M. Chanfon, Mayrelis Mesa, Use of Wastewaters from Ethanol Distilleries and Glycerol Mixtures for Microbial Oils Production, American Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering. Vol. 4, No. 4, 2016, pp. 41-48. doi: 10.11648/j.bio.20160404.11
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