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Biomass
Silanikove, N., MIGAL - Galilee Technological Centre, Kiryat Shmona, 10200, Israel
Levanon, D., Volcani Institute, Bet Dagan, Israel
The chemical composition of cotton straw (CS) was studied in order to evaluate its biotechnological potential. The main components in CS, as in other straws, are the cell wall carbohydrates. In comparison with cereal straws, CS contains considerably more cell solubles but the level of soluble carbohydrate is low, and the amounts of secondary metabolites high. The CS cell wall contains less hemicellulose and more pectic substance than wheat straw. It is possible to preserve CS under anaerobic conditions. However, an increase in level of lignin and a small loss of soluble organic compounds during aerobic fermentation was observed. © 1986.
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Cotton straw: Composition, variability and effect of anaerobic preservation
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Silanikove, N., MIGAL - Galilee Technological Centre, Kiryat Shmona, 10200, Israel
Levanon, D., Volcani Institute, Bet Dagan, Israel
Cotton straw: Composition, variability and effect of anaerobic preservation
The chemical composition of cotton straw (CS) was studied in order to evaluate its biotechnological potential. The main components in CS, as in other straws, are the cell wall carbohydrates. In comparison with cereal straws, CS contains considerably more cell solubles but the level of soluble carbohydrate is low, and the amounts of secondary metabolites high. The CS cell wall contains less hemicellulose and more pectic substance than wheat straw. It is possible to preserve CS under anaerobic conditions. However, an increase in level of lignin and a small loss of soluble organic compounds during aerobic fermentation was observed. © 1986.
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