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Renewable Resources and Biotechnology for Material Applications $330.00
Editors: G.E. Zaikov (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) D.P. Pudel (An Enterprise of OHMI Consulting, Germany), Grzegorz Spychalski (Institute of Material Fibres and Medical Plants, Poland)
Book Description:
This new book presents and discusses current research in the study of renewable resources and biotechnology for material applications. Topics discussed include the potential of sorghum varieties as a bioenergy crop; enzyme modified grain by-product reinforced polypropylene composites; biomass as combustion fuel; efficiency of hemp essentials oil depending inflorescence harvest and the new biostymulator for increasing crops resistance to drought stress. (Imprint: Nova Press)

Table of Contents:
Preface: 16th International conference for renewable resources and plant biotechnology (NAROSSA-2010)
(G. Zaikov, F. Pudel, G. Spychalski)

1. SORGHUM AS A BIOGAS CROP (No. 27);pp. 1-9
(A. Hartmann, K. Zeise, M. Fritz,Technology and Support Centre for Renewable Resources, Straubing, Germany)

2. Enzyme modified grain by-product reinforced polypropylene composites;pp. 11-20
(A. Al Mamun, A.K. Bledzki, J. Volk, Universitat Kassel, Germany and others)

3. Biomass as combustion fuel – experiences and findings;pp. 21-29
(G. Bach, S. Bachmann, D. Kolb, D. Kosel, W. Franke, Institute fur Neuwertwirtschaft and others)

4. Efficiency of hemp essentials oil depending on sowing density and time of inflorescence harvest;pp. 31-39
(H. Burczyk, R. Kaniewski, W. Konczewicz, N. Kryszak, J. T, Poland)

5. IWN-11 the new biostymulator for increasing crops resistance to drought stress;pp. 41-47
(K. Heller, M. Byczyñska, Z. WoŸnica, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Polan and others)

6. Yellow natural dyestuffs and t;pp. 49-57
(K. Schmidt-PrzewoŸna, J. Kowalinski, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Poland)

7. Multipurpose white mulberry(MORUS ALBA L.);pp. 59-65
(M.Lochynska, G. Oleszak, Institute of Natural Fibres, Poznan, Poland and others)

8. Agricultural residues as a renewable source of bio-energy with special focus on cereal straws;pp. 67-79
(Narra, S., C. Glaser, H.J Gusovius, C. Stollberg, P. Ay, Brandenburg University of Tecnology, Germany)

9. Prevention of disposal of greenhouse gas from digested residues by optimal use of the nitrogen fertilizer potential;pp. 81-87
(U. Bauermeister, GNS - Gesellschaft fur Nachhaltige Stoffnutzung and others)

10. Vetiveria zizanioides grass a useful tool;pp. 89-96
(G. Bach, R. Hommel,IfN Forschungs -und Entwicklungszentrum,GMbH, Troglitz)

11. State of the art of the renewable resources in Poland;pp. 97-122
(R. Koz³owski, K. Seidler-Lozykowska, M. Mackiewicz-Talarczyk, P. Baraniecki, J. Mankowski, Cz. Ogurkowski, I. Pniewska, The Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Poland)

12. Energy efficiency of four crop species;pp. 123-129
(J. Pudelko, J. Mankowski, J. Kolodziej, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Poland)

13. Enzymatic biomass hydrolysis;pp. 131-140
(V. Antonov, J. Marousek, J. Marek, S. Kuzel, T. Rosenberg, INOTEX, Czech Republic and others)

14. Sustainable Logistics Centers;pp. 141-146
(H. Zadek, R. Schulz, University Magdeburg, Germany)

15. Relation between the cell-free DNA content and the lipid peroxidation in the blood plasma of mice under damaging actions;pp. 147-156
(L.N. Shishkina, M.A. Klimovich, M.V. Kozlov, M.A. Smotryaeva, Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia)

16. Mechanism of stable radical generation in lignin under the action of nitrogen dioxide;pp. 157-166
(G.E. Zaikov, E. Ya Davydov, I.Gaponova, S.M. Lomakin, G.B. Pariiskii, T.V. Pokholok, NM Emanual Institute of Biochemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)

17. Spray formation of alternative Diesel fuels under engine-like conditions;pp. 167-180
(D. Backofen, M. Könnig, H. Tschöke, J. Schmidt, University of Magdeburg, Germany)

18. DNA fingerprinting and characterisation of genetic variation of different clones of Urtica dioica L. via RAPD and RAPD-derived SCAR markers;pp. 181-190
(B. Biskupek-Korell, S. Becker, J. Dufrenne, P. Rauscher, C. Schneider, Abteilung Bioverfahrenstechnik, Hannover and others)

19. IFT Performance of MES surfactant from palm olein for EOR application;pp. 191-199
(E. Hambali, M. Rivai, P. Suarsana, Sugiharjo, E. Zulchaidir, H. Handoko, Bogor Agricultural University, Jakarta)

20. The development process of Jatropha methyl ester sulfonic acid (MESA) to enhance oil recovery;pp. 201-207

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(F. Pudel, Pilot Pflanzenoltechnologie, Magdeburg)

22. PCR-based detection of different endophytic bacteria appearing in in vitro cultures of different clones of Urtica dioica L. using specific PCR-primers, derived from bacterial 16S rDNA sequences;pp. 223-227
(C. Schneider, S. Wartenberg, J. Dufrenne, B. Biskupek-Korell, Institut fur Pflanzenkultur, Schnega, Germany and others)

23. Survey of Jatropha curcas energy potential for an efficient production of biodiesel as renewable energy;pp. 229-239
(S. Traoré, A. Diarra, M. Traoré, S. Magassouba, Polytechnic Institute, University of Conakry, Guinea and others)

24. Genetic Resources of Cannabis Sativa L. in the Collection of the Gene Bank at INF&MP in Poznan;pp. 241-250
(M. Chudy, G. Mankowska, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Poland)

25. Production of biodegradable carrier materials for the immobilization of microorganisms for the treatment of water ;pp. 251-256
(A.E. Gonzalias, A. Werner, H.-J Radusch, Martin Luther University, Halle (Saale), Germany)

26. The changes in the protein profile in response to cadmium stress in flax (Linum usitatissimum L.);pp. 257-262
(Mi. Szalata, Ma. Szalata, K. Wielgus, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants, Poznan, Poland)

27. Regional value added of bioenergy activities A material flow approach;pp. 263-269
(R. Offermann,T. Seidenberger, D. Thrän,German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany, and others)

28. Simple kinetics of methane formation using model substrates A short discussion;pp. 271-278
(R. R. Pätz, J.-H. Richter-Listewnik, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Kothen/Anhalt)

29. Biosafety of transgenic potatoes producing the biopolymer cyanophycin;pp. 279-282
(C. Unger, M. Hühns, I. Broer, University of Rostock, Germany)

30. Provision pathways for biomethane;pp. 281-292
(D. Weigl, K. Oehmichen, M. Seiffert, F. Müller-Langer, F. Scholwin, German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig)

31. Flammability of Polymers reinforced with Lignocellulosic Raw Materials;pp.293-297
(M. Wladyka-Przybylak, K. Bujnowicz, Institute of Natural Fibres, Poznan, Poland)

32. Feedstocks and (Bio)Technologies for Biorefineries;pp. 299-309
(J. Venus, Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering Potsdam-Bornim, Potsdam)

33. Non-Food crops as a feedstock for modern bio-based industry;pp. 311-324
(M. Mackiewicz-Talarczyk, K. Heller, P. Baraniecki, I. Pniewska, Institute of Natural Fibres, Poznan, Poland)

34. Multiscale Metabolic Modeling of cereals – an integrated systems biology approach for research biomas;pp. 325-331
(M. R. Hajirezaei, M.R. Ghaffari, B.H. Junker, J. Muller, B. Usadel, M. Leps, R. Lemke, F. Schreiber, Leibnitz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research, Gatersleben, Germany and others)

35. Bioactive substances from the balsam poplar;pp. 333-345
(S. Ludewig, S. Gille, D. Orzessek, C. Griehl, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Kothen, Germany)

36. The potential of microalgae to produce lipids for Biofuels;pp. 347-355
(C. Griehl, H. Polhardt, D. Muller, S. Bieler, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Kothen, Germany)

37. Biomaterials for consumer products;pp.357-361
(P. Gerth, T. Bagusch, M. Poschke, J. Zimprich, University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal, Germany)

38. Use of rice spelt as component in building material;pp. 363-370
(St. Bachmann, G. Bach, R. Loth, ifn Forschungs-und Technologiezentrum, Durrohrsdorf-Dittersbach and others)

39. Criteria System of Sustainable Agriculture (CSSA - KSNL);pp. 371-394
(Gerhard Breitschuh, Hand Eckert, Ines Matthes, Jürfgen Strümpfel, Thuringian Ministry for Agriculture and Environment, Erfurt Am Rosenhang and others)

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   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x10 (NBC - C)410pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61942-257-5
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