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Biotechnology for Biofuels

Edited by Muhammad Sarwar Khan

University of Agriculture Faisalabad

This book provides a precise and meticulous overview of the technology of developing energy cane. It highlights how technology has transformed the opinion of growers to cultivate sugarcane from an agronomic to a purpose-grown crop. Chapters in this book provide essentials for developing sugarcane for high-sugar contents, bioethanol, and biodiesel to meet the emerging demands of the world.

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SugarcaneBiotechnology for BiofuelsEdited by Muhammad Sarwar Khan

Published: June 23rd 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.91550

ISBN: 978-1-83968-936-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-935-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-937-6

Copyright year: 2021

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1. Introductory Chapter: Bioengineered Sugarcane - A Sustainable Biofactory of Renewable Energy

By Muhammad Sarwar Khan


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2. Base Excision Repair in Sugarcane – A New Outlook

By Nathalia Maíra Cabral de Medeiros and Katia Castanho Scortecci


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3. Sugarcane Breeding for Enhanced Fiber and Its Impacts on Industrial Processes

By Pietro Sica


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4. Physicochemical Properties of Sugarcane Industry Residues Aiming at Their Use in Energy Processes

By Julia M. de O. Camargo, Jhuliana Marcela Gallego Ríos, Graziella C. Antonio and Juliana T.C. Leite


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5. Sugarcane as Future Bioenergy Crop: Potential Genetic and Genomic Approaches

By Muhammad Sarwar Khan, Ghulam Mustafa, Faiz Ahmad Joyia and Safdar Ali Mirza


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6. Potential of Bagasse as Raw Material for Lignosulfonate Surfactant

By Rini Setiati, Aqlyna Fatahanissa, Shabrina Sri Riswati, Septoratno Siregar and Deana Wahyuningrum


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