Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Rubber from Prickly Lettuce as Alternative to Natural Rubber; Genetic Manipulation of Wood to Increase Biomass and Biofuel Production

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This issue profiles an effective hydrogen production method using enzymatic pathway, rubber from prickly lettuce as alternative to natural rubber, and genetic manipulation of wood to increase biomass and biofuel production.

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Industrial Bioprocessing Alert. Rubber from Prickly Lettuce as Alternative to Natural Rubber; Genetic Manipulation of Wood to Increase Biomass and Biofuel ProductionIn This Issue1. RUBBER FROM PRICKLY LETTUCE AS ALTERNATIVE TO NATURAL RUBBER2. GENETIC MANIPULATION OF WOOD TO INCREASE BIOMASS AND BIOFUEL PRODUCTION3. EFFECTIVE HYDROGEN PRODUCTION METHOD USING ENZYMATIC PATHWAY4. KEY PATENTS FOR YOU TO CHECK




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