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Vol 6, No 1 (2019)

Special Issue


Table of Contents


Linking Food Industry to “Green Plastics” – Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Biopolyesters from Agro-industrial By-Products for Securing Food Safety PDF XML
Martin Koller 1-6

Review Article

The Potential of Polyhydroxyalkanoate Production from Food Wastes PDF XML
Christopher J. Brigham, Sebastian L. Riedel 7-18
The Potential Application of Cupriavidus necator as Polyhydroxyalkanoates Producer and Single Cell Protein: A Review on Scientific, Cultural and Religious Perspectives PDF XML
Jiun Yee Chee, Manoj Lakshmanan, Iffa Farahin Jeepery, Nabila Husna Mohamad Hairudin, Kumar Sudesh 19-34

Original Article

Biocomposites Based on Polyhydroxyalkanoates and Natural Fibres from Renewable Byproducts PDF XML
Patrizia Cinelli, Norma Mallegni, Vito Gigante, Angela Montanari, Maurizia Seggiani, Maria Beatrice Coltelli, Simona Bronco, Andrea Lazzeri 35-43
Bacterial Production of PHAs from Lipid-Rich by-Products PDF XML
Lorenzo Favaro, Marina Basaglia, Jesus Enrique Gamero Rodriguez, Andrea Morelli, Omodele Ibraheem, Valentino Pizzocchero, Sergio Casella 45-52
Paracoccus sp. Strain LL1 as a Single Cell Factory for the Conversion of Waste Cooking Oil to Polyhydroxyalkanoates and Carotenoids PDF XML
Prasun Kumar, Beom Soo Kim 53-60
Camelina Oil as a Promising Substrate for mcl-PHA Production in Pseudomonas sp. Cultures PDF XML
Daniel Bustamante, Marta Tortajada, Daniel Ramon, Antonia Rojas 61-70
Production of Medium-Chain Length Polyhydroxyalkanoates by Pseudomonas citronellolis Grown in Apple Pulp Waste PDF XML
Ana Teresa Rebocho, Joao Ricardo Pereira, Filomena Freitas, Luisa Alexandra Neves, Vitor Delgado Alves, Chantal Sevrin, Christian Grandfils, Maria A.M. Reis 71-82
Interconnection of Waste Chicken Feather Biodegradation and Keratinase and mcl-PHA Production Employing Pseudomonas putida KT2440 PDF XML
Iva Pernicova, Vojtech Enev, Ivana Marova, Stanislav Obruca 83-90