AR106148A1 - Métodos para fermentar cultivos ricos en carbohidratos - Google Patents

Métodos para fermentar cultivos ricos en carbohidratos

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AR106148A1
AR106148A1 ARP160100527A ARP160100527A AR106148A1 AR 106148 A1 AR106148 A1 AR 106148A1 AR P160100527 A ARP160100527 A AR P160100527A AR P160100527 A ARP160100527 A AR P160100527A AR 106148 A1 AR106148 A1 AR 106148A1
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rich
yeast
accelerate
diffusion
sugars
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Brian Hamrick Edward
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Se proporciona un método para fermentar cultivos ricos en carbohidratos. La remolacha azucarera, caña de azúcar, sorgo dulce, híbridos de maíz tropical y frutas son ricos en azúcares simples; la papa, boniato, mandioca y ñame son ricos en almidón; y la alcachofa es rica en inulina. Este método utiliza infusión de vacío para infundir la levadura en el espacio intercelular (apoplasto) del tejido parenquimático. Los azúcares simples se difunden en el apoplasto, se ponen en contacto con la levadura y producen etanol. El etanol puede extraerse del cultivo por separación al vacío o triturado o puede dejarse dentro del cultivo amiláceo para conservarlo. En algunas variantes, las enzimas de pectinasa degradan las paredes celulares parenquimáticas para acelerar la difusión de azúcares simples a la levadura, acelerar la difusión de amilasa a gránulos de almidón o acelerar la difusión de inulinasa a inulina insoluble.
ARP160100527A 2015-03-03 2016-03-01 Métodos para fermentar cultivos ricos en carbohidratos AR106148A1 (es)

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