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The potential for sustainable bioethanol production in Serbia: available biomass and new production approaches
(Badajoz : Formatex Research Center, 2013)
Bioethanol has become one of the most promising biofuels today in response to uncertain fuel supplies and efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The biofuels are easily available from common biomass sources, biodegradable ...
Performance of forage soya bean (glycine max) cultivars in the northern balkans
(Breeding Strategies for Sustainable Forage and Turf Grass Improvement, 2013)
Soya bean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) is the most important grain legume crop in many West Balkan Countries. A programme on the alternative uses of soya bean such as forage, biomass or green manure has been recently launched ...
Wheat gluten: Composition and health effects
(Gluten: Sources, Composition and Health Effects, 2013)
Grains of cereals of the Gramineae family have been a required source of food for millennia. Wheat, rye, barley are unique among the edible grains because their flours have the protein complex called ,,gluten" that can be ...
Acrylamide in Soybean Products, Roasted Nuts, and Dried Fruits
(Acrylamide in Food: Analysis, Content and Potential Health Effects, 2015)
The potential risk from dietary exposure to acrylamide, as well as its levels in different foods is still little known. At the same time, avoidance or elimination of foods containing acrylamide is impossible given that it ...