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Utilization of Noxious Weed Water Hyacinth Biomass as a ...

This study aims to utilize a noxious weed water hyacinth biomass (WH) for polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) production. Alkaline and peracetic acid pretreatment was employed for the hydrolysis of WH and consequently enzymatic saccharification to produce fermentable sugars for

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Utilization of Noxious Weed Water Hyacinth Biomass as a ...

This study aims to utilize a noxious weed water hyacinth biomass (WH) for polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) production. Alkaline and peracetic acid pretreatment was employed for the hydrolysis of WH and consequently enzymatic saccharification to produce fermentable sugars for PHB production. The pretreatment competence was determined using various operational parameters.

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Utilization of Noxious Weed Water Hyacinth Biomass as a ...

This study aims to utilize a noxious weed water hyacinth biomass (WH) for polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) production. Alkaline and peracetic acid pretreatment was employed for the hydrolysis of WH and consequently enzymatic saccharification to produce fermentable sugars for PHB production. The pretreatment competence was determined using various operational parameters.

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(PDF) Utilization of Noxious Weed Water Hyacinth

Jul 29, 2020  This study aims to utilize a noxious weed water hyacinth biomass (WH) for polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) production. Alkaline and peracetic acid pretreatment was employed for the hydrolysis of WH and ...

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Utilization of noxious weed water hyacinth biomass as a ...

Utilization of noxious weed water hyacinth biomass as a potential feedstock for biopolymers production: A novel approach Rijuta Ganesh Saratale, Si Kyung Cho, Gajanan S. Ghodake, Han Seung Shin, Ganesh Dattatraya Saratale, Yooheon Park, Hee Seok Lee, Ram Naresh Bharagava, Dong Su Kim

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A REVIEW OF THE UTILISATION OF WATER HYACINTH:

A REVIEW OF THE UTILISATION OF WATER HYACINTH: ALTERNATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE CONTROL MEASURES FOR A NOXIOUS WEED M. OJEIFO*, P.A. EKOKOTU**, N.F. OLELE** and J. K. EKELEMU** Department ofAgronorny, Forestry and Wildlife, Delta State University, Asaba Gampus, Asaba. * *Department of Animal Science and Fisheries, Delta State University, Asaba ...

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Utilization of Noxious Weed Water Hyacinth Biomass as a ...

This study aims to utilize a noxious weed water hyacinth biomass (WH) for polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) production. Alkaline and peracetic acid pretreatment was employed for the hydrolysis of WH and consequently enzymatic saccharification to produce fermentable sugars for PHB production.

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A REVIEW OF THE UTILISATION OF WATER HYACINTH:

A REVIEW OF THE UTILISATION OF WATER HYACINTH: ALTERNATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE CONTROL MEASURES FOR A NOXIOUS WEED M. OJEIFO*, P.A. EKOKOTU**, N.F. OLELE** and J. K. EKELEMU** Department ofAgronorny, Forestry and Wildlife, Delta State University, Asaba Gampus, Asaba. * *Department of Animal Science and Fisheries, Delta State University, Asaba ...

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Water Hyacinth - Adding Value to a Noxious Weed

Water hyacinth: Adding value to a noxious weed Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a perennial, free-floating aquatic weed which is notorious for its rapid reproduction. The plant is indigenous to the Amazon River basin in South America, but is now found in lakes, dams, rivers and swamps in tropical and subtropical countries worldwide.

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Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) biomass as a biofuel ...

Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a fast growing, perennial aquatic weed. In favorable environmental conditions, an individual water hyacinth can produce 140 million daughter plants annually; these plants cover 1.40 km 2 water area with a fresh biomass of 28,000 tons (Lu et al. 2007). These aquatic plants deplete dissolved oxygen in the ...

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Study on biomethanation of water hyacinth using primary ...

Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a noxious weed that has attracted worldwide attention due to its fast spread and congested growth, leading to serious problems in fishing, evapotranspiration, navigation, irrigation, power generation, and reduction in biodiversity. However it is a potential source of biomass to produce ecofriendly biogas.

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Water Hyacinth: An Environmental Concern or a Sustainable ...

Jan 02, 2020  Ojeifo M, Ekokotu PA, Olele NF, Ekelemu JK (2000) A review of the utilisation of water hyacinth control measures for a noxious weed. In: Proceedings of the international conference on water hyacinth. New-Bussa, p 183. 27 Oct–1 Nov 2000 Google Scholar

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Water Hyacinth - Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers

Water hyacinth mats are capable of attaining incredibly high plant density and biomass. A single hectare can contain more than 360 metric tons of plant biomass. Water hyacinth is considered a noxious weed species in more than 50 countries.

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The diverse applications of water hyacinth with main focus ...

Jan 01, 2015  1. Introduction. Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a noxious weed that has attracted worldwide attention due to its fast spread and crowded growth, which leads to serious problems in navigation, irrigation, and power generation.It is also renowned as a non-native, invasive and free-floating aquatic macrophyte. Moreover, water hyacinth due to their abundant and uncontrolled

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Bioethanol from water weed-Water Hyacinth

Bioethanol from water weed-Water Hyacinth Nishu University Institute of Biotechnology, Chandigarh University, Gharuan [email protected] Abstract Water hyacinth, an aquatic weed is one of the budding substrate intended for the production of bioethanol. Bioconversion of biomass is an attractive method for production of sustainable fuel.

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Water hyacinth a potential source for value addition: An ...

Water hyacinth a fresh water aquatic plant is considered as a noxious weed in many parts of the world since it grows very fast and depletes nutrients and oxygen from water bodies adversely affecting the growth of both plants and animals. Hence conversion of this problematic weed to value added chemi

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10. Applied-Water Hyacinth as a green manure for organic ...

WATER HYACINTH AS A GREEN MANURE FOR ORGANIC FARMIN G SHARDA VIDYA LAKSHMI GIRISH Department of Botany, Smt. C.H.M. College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, India ABSTRACT Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms is a noxious aquatic weed that pollutes all fresh water bodies. To check its vigorous growth, control measures are required.

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(PDF) Attempts on enhancing enzymatic activities of ...

Attempts on enhancing enzymatic activities of phytopathogenic fungi utilizing noxious weed, water hyacinth

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Beyond Biocontrol: Water Hyacinth-Opportunities and Challenges

INTRODUCTION. Water hyacinth, a native of South America is one of the world’s worst aquatic weeds (Hill et al., 2011).Due to its high noxious nature it has been enlisted in 100 of the world’s worst invasive alien species, a selection from the global invasive species database (Lowe et al., 2000).This spectacular weed is an aquatic macrophyte, a monocotyledon and belongs to the family ...

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Composting of water hyacinth using Saw dust/Rice straw as ...

The water hyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes ) is a free floating aquatic weed generally observed in the 23.15% wetland area of north east region of India. Due to its fast growth and the robustness of its seeds, it has caused major problems in the whole area. However, the composting has the advantage of producing a product that is easy to work into the soil compared with dried water hyacinths ...

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Water Hyacinth - Adding Value to a Noxious Weed

Water hyacinth: Adding value to a noxious weed Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a perennial, free-floating aquatic weed which is notorious for its rapid reproduction. The plant is indigenous to the Amazon River basin in South America, but is now found in lakes, dams, rivers and swamps in tropical and subtropical countries worldwide.

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Water hyacinth a potential source for value addition: An ...

Water hyacinth a fresh water aquatic plant is considered as a noxious weed in many parts of the world since it grows very fast and depletes nutrients and oxygen from water bodies adversely affecting the growth of both plants and animals. Hence conversion of this problematic weed to value added chemi

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Study on biomethanation of water hyacinth using primary ...

Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a noxious weed that has attracted worldwide attention due to its fast spread and congested growth, leading to serious problems in fishing, evapotranspiration, navigation, irrigation, power generation, and reduction in biodiversity. However it is a potential source of biomass to produce ecofriendly biogas.

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WATER HYACINTH AS A POTENTIAL BIOFUEL CROP

al. 1999). Thus, it is also considered as a noxious weed in many parts of the world as it grows very fast and deplete nutrient and oxygen rapidly from water bodies, adversely affecting flora and fauna. There have been instances of complete blockage of waterways by water hyacinth making fishing and recreation very difficult.

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Water hyacinth as potential feedstock for bioethanol ...

he noxious aquatic weed Eichhornia crassipes has been investigated as a potential feedstock for bioethanol biomass. Possessing a rich sugar composition of 18% cellulose, 48% hemicellulose and 3.5% lignin, water hyacinth is quite responsive to acid pretreatment hydrolysis (3% H 2 SO 4 for 1.5 hours at 121 oC) to yield up to 39.1 mg/100 mL sugars. A

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Bioethanol from water weed-Water Hyacinth

Bioethanol from water weed-Water Hyacinth Nishu University Institute of Biotechnology, Chandigarh University, Gharuan [email protected] Abstract Water hyacinth, an aquatic weed is one of the budding substrate intended for the production of bioethanol. Bioconversion of biomass is an attractive method for production of sustainable fuel.

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10. Applied-Water Hyacinth as a green manure for organic ...

WATER HYACINTH AS A GREEN MANURE FOR ORGANIC FARMIN G SHARDA VIDYA LAKSHMI GIRISH Department of Botany, Smt. C.H.M. College, Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, India ABSTRACT Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms is a noxious aquatic weed that pollutes all fresh water bodies. To check its vigorous growth, control measures are required.

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Beyond Biocontrol: Water Hyacinth-Opportunities and Challenges

INTRODUCTION. Water hyacinth, a native of South America is one of the world’s worst aquatic weeds (Hill et al., 2011).Due to its high noxious nature it has been enlisted in 100 of the world’s worst invasive alien species, a selection from the global invasive species database (Lowe et al., 2000).This spectacular weed is an aquatic macrophyte, a monocotyledon and belongs to the family ...

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Cultivation and utilization of new biomass resources (an ...

Water hyacinth, a quickly growing plant, is suggested as a source of biomass. Under cultivation, a yield of over 200 dry tons/hectare/year can be expected. Various ways of cultivating water hyacinth are proposed and its uses as a fuel, as fertilizer and soil-reforming agent, and

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Bioenergy Conversion from Aquatic Weed Water Hyacinth into ...

Dec 01, 2017  Ojeifo M, Ekokotu PA, Olele NF, Ekelemu JK (2000) A review of the utilisation of water hyacinth control measures for a noxious weed. Proceedings of the international conference on water hyacinth, Oct 27–Nov 1, New-Bussa, pp 183–183 Google Scholar

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(PDF) BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM WATER HYACINTH IN CO ...

Water hyacinth (WH) is one of the important aquatic species, commonly covers the surface of rivers and lakes and causes a series of environmental problems due to its rapid growth. It is also considered as a noxious weed as it grows very fast and depletes nutrients and oxygen rapidly from water bodies, adversely affecting flora and fauna.

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Aquatic Biomass - Biomass Energy

Water Hyacinth (Eicchornia crassipes) Water hyacinth is the most noxious weed of the world. It grows abundantly in tropical regions in non-saline water in ponds, pools, lakes, reservoirs, rivers and even in paddy field. It is believed that water hyacinth occupies about 2,00,000 acres land in Bihar and 30,000 acres in West Bengal.

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WATER HYACINTH IN UGANDA DISTRIBUTION COVER AND

growth of water hyacinth biomass in the waterways of Uganda. This aspect of water hyacinth research initiated this year (1997), is among the top priorities in view of its long term control implications for, the noxious weed.

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Assistant Professor Microbiology Earth and Environmental ...

Utilization of noxious weed water hyacinth biomass as a potential feedstock for biopolymers production: A novel approach Polymers 2020 11. Rodrigo S. Carvalho, Ianny Andrade Cruz, Juliana Heloisa Pine Américo-Pinheiro, Renato N. Soriano, Ranyere Lucenade Souza, Muhammad Bilal, Hafiz M. N. Iqbal, Ram Naresh

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