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Table 4 Summary of bio-ethanol production from SCB

From: Sugarcane bagasse: a biomass sufficiently applied for improving global energy, environment and economic sustainability

Hydrolysis type Microorganism Fermentation conditions Ethanol yield (YP/S) Source
Enzymatic hydrolysis Scheffersomyces shehatae 30 °C, 48 h and pH of 5.5 0.34 g/g Antunes et al. (2018)
Acid hydrolysis Pichia stipites 30 °C, 48 h and pH of 5.5 0.30 g/g Canilha et al. (2010)
Enzymatic hydrolysis Saccharomyces cerevisiae 30 °C, 48 h and pH of 4.8 0.20 g/g Cao and Aita (2013)
Enzymatic hydrolysis (SSF) Saccharomyces cerevisiae 37 °C, 32 h and pH of 5.5 Ewanick and Bura (2011)
Enzymatic hydrolysis (L + SScF) Escherichia coli 37 °C, 240 h and pH of 6.5 0.21 g/g Geddes et al. (2011)
Acid hydrolysis Pichia stipites 30 °C, 24–96 h and pH of 5.0 0.35 g/g Roberto et al. (1991)
Acid hydrolysis Pichia stipites 27 °C, 72 h and pH of 6.5 0.42 g/g Van Zyl et al. (1988)
Acid hydrolysis (ultra-sound assisted) Saccharomyces cerevisiae 30 °C, 72 h and pH of 5.0 0.36 g/g Velmurugan and Muthukumar (2011)
Enzymatic hydrolysis (ultra-sound assisted) Zymomonas mobilis 30 °C, 48 h and pH of 5.7 91.22% Velmurugan and Muthukumar (2012)
Enzymatic hydrolysis Saccharomyces cerevisiae 30 °C and 24 h 92.8% Mesa et al. (2010)
Enzymatic hydrolysis Saccharomyces cerevisiae 35 °C, 150 rpm, 34 h and pH of 4.8 Pitarelo et al. (2016)