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BESC - Gene impacting biomass formation and recalcitrance in Populus BESC - Gene impacting biomass formation and recalcitrance in Populus Disclosure Number 201303142 Technology Summary Apart from the impact on sugar release efficiency of biomass, the plant cell wall and biomass properties affected by alterations in function of this gene render it important to …

BESC - Gene A impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403408 Technology Summary Apart from the impact on sugar release efficiency of biomass, the plant cell wall and biomass properties affected by alterations in function of this gene render it important to consider for other plant productivity, sustainability, disease resistance and belowground carbon biosequestrati…

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BESC - Gene B impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403409 Technology Summary Apart from the impact on sugar release efficiency of biomass, the plant cell wall and biomass properties affected by alterations in function of this gene render it important to consider for other plant productivity, sustainability, disease resistance and belowground carbon biosequestrati…

BESC - Gene C impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403410 Technology Summary Apart from the impact on sugar release efficiency of biomass, the plant cell wall and biomass properties affected by alterations in function of this gene render it important to consider for other plant productivity, sustainability, disease resistance and belowground carbon biosequestrati…

BESC - Gene D impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403411 Technology Summary Apart from the impact on sugar release efficiency of biomass, the plant cell wall and biomass properties affected by alterations in function of this gene render it important to consider for other plant productivity, sustainability, disease resistance and belowground carbon biosequestrati…

BESC - Gene E impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403412 Technology Summary Apart from the impact on sugar release efficiency of biomass, the plant cell wall and biomass properties affected by alterations in function of this gene render it important to consider for other plant productivity, sustainability, disease resistance and belowground carbon biosequestrati…

Caloramator sp. Tolerance of Pretreatment Inhibitors from Lignocellulosics ORNL inventors discovered a novel microorganism that displays exceptional tolerance to several growth inhibitors generated during dilute acid pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass. Vanillin, furfural, hydroxymethylfurfural and lignin are known to inhibit the growth of microorganisms, such as yeast, during fermentation of…

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Cofermentation with Cooperative Microorganisms for More Efficient Biomass Conversion It is well known that biomass has primarily two sources of fermentable carbohydrates, cellulose and hemicelluloses. Research has been underway for decades aimed at both depolymerizing these complex carbohydrates and fermenting them to products of interest such as fuels and chemicals. Common approaches are the a…

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BESC - Gene G impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403414 Technology Summary Apart from the positive impact on biomass formation, the increased cellulose content and increase in the percentage usable fraction for biomass conversion to ethanol render the gene important to consider for lignocellulose feedstock improvement efforts. The gene reported here can be used…

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BESC - Gene F impacting biomass properties in Populus Disclosure Number 201403413 Technology Summary Apart from the positive impact on biomass formation, the increased cellulose content and increase in the percentage usable fraction for biomass conversion to ethanol render the gene important to consider for lignocellulose feedstock improvement efforts. The gene reported here can be used…

BESC - Gene impacting cellulose content and biomass formation in Populus BESC - Gene impacting cellulose content and biomass formation in Populus Disclosure Number 201303146 Technology Summary Apart from the positive impact on biomass formation, the increased cellulose content and increase in the percentage usable fraction for biomass conversion to ethanol render the gene important to …

A Gene for Reduction of Lignin Content in Plants One of the biggest challenges in making biofuels viable is finding the most economical way to extract the maximum amount of fuel from plant biomass. The volume of fuel that can be produced from a plant depends primarily on how easily the plant s cell walls can be broken down or degraded. However, because cell walls are recalcitrant (i.e., resistant…

Microorganisms to Speed Production of Biofuels Researchers at ORNL developed microorganisms that can quickly overcome the resistance of biomass to breakdown, and improved both the cost and efficiency of the biofuel conversion process. Conventional biomass pretreatment methods release sugars, weak acids, and metabolic by-products that slow down or even stop fermentation, resulting in slower biofu…

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: Biomass, Ethanol, Production...

BESC - Gene Deletion to Increase Ethanol Production in Clostridium Thermocellum BESC - Gene Deletion to Increase Ethanol Production in Clostridium Thermocellum Disclosure Number 201603625 Technology Summary Clostridium thermocellum can ferment lignocellulosic biomass to fuels and chemicals including ethanol, but metabolic engineering is needed to direct more substrate to ethanol. While…

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Hybrid Thermochemical-bioelectrolytic Reforming of Biomass to Hydrogen Hybrid Thermochemical-bioelectrolytic Reforming of Biomass to Hydrogen Disclosure Number 201503487 Technology Summary Hydrogen production from biomass via a pyrolysis-microbial electrolysis process is described. Conversion of the intermediate bio-oil derived from pyrolysis into hydrogen via microbial electrolysis pr…

BESC - A gene, 088, regulating cellulose hemicellulose biosynthesis and biomass sugar yield BESC - A gene, 088, regulating cellulose hemicellulose biosynthesis and biomass sugar yield Disclosure Number 201202905 Technology Summary Plant cell-wall digestibility is a key determinant of the amount of ethanol or related products that can be extracted during …

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