Lipids and Bioenergy

Fossil fuels are the life and blood for our society and for many others around the world. The environmental pollution due to the use of fossil fuels as well as their gradual depletion make it necessary to find an alternative energy and chemical sources that are environment friendly and also at the same time renewable in nature. Waste lipids are ideal the potential substrates for the production of biogas, since theoretically more methane can be produced by this process, when compared with proteins or carbohydrates.  First step includes the hydrolysis of complex organic polymers into monomers by extracellular enzymes which are produced by the fermentative class of bacteria. Proteins are decayed to amino acids, carbohydrates into soluble sugars and lipids to glycerol. Lipid hydrolysis is actually faster than hydrolysis of protein or carbohydrate, and are thus considered to be a rapid process in anaerobic digestion.

  • Algal Biofuel
  • Biodiesel Biogas Syngas Biorefinery
  • Biogas
  • Syngas
  • Biorefinery
  • Methane
  • Enzymes
  • Anaerobic bioconversion
  • Proteases
  • Lipases
  • Cellulases
  • Aerobic digestion
  • Microalgae

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