His primary areas of study are Hydrolysis, Pulp and paper industry, Fermentation, Enzymatic hydrolysis and Waste management. The Hydrolysis study combines topics in areas such as Ethanol, Cellulose and Straw. Eulogio Castro has researched Pulp and paper industry in several fields, including Crop residue and Pruning.
His Fermentation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biofuel and Sulfuric acid. His Enzymatic hydrolysis research incorporates themes from Residue, Raw material, Chromatography, Sugar and Organosolv. His work in the fields of Ethanol fuel and Biorefinery overlaps with other areas such as Context.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pulp and paper industry, Fermentation, Biomass, Ethanol fuel and Food science. His Pulp and paper industry study incorporates themes from Raw material, Waste management, Biofuel, Biorefinery and Pruning. His research in Fermentation intersects with topics in Ethanol and Hydrolysis.
His Ethanol fuel research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Agronomy and Enzymatic hydrolysis. His Enzymatic hydrolysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chromatography, Sugar, Organosolv, Steam explosion and Straw. The Food science study which covers Extraction that intersects with Calcium carbonate.
Eulogio Castro mostly deals with Biomass, Biorefinery, Food science, Extraction and Pulp and paper industry. His Biorefinery research includes themes of Steam explosion, Pruning, Lignin and Scale. His work carried out in the field of Food science brings together such families of science as Ethanol, Antioxidant and Hydrolysate.
The various areas that Eulogio Castro examines in his Pulp and paper industry study include Lignocellulosic biomass, Olive trees, Cascade and Xylose. His research on Ethanol fuel also deals with topics like
Biorefinery, Oleuropein, Extraction, Biomass and Pulp and paper industry are his primary areas of study. His Biorefinery research includes elements of Olive oil extraction, Steam explosion, Ferulic acid and Chlorogenic acid. He has included themes like Biochemical engineering and Scale in his Biomass study.
His research integrates issues of Supercritical fluid extraction, Xylose, Hydroxytyrosol and Lignocellulosic biomass, Biofuel in his study of Pulp and paper industry. His research on Xylose concerns the broader Fermentation. His studies deal with areas such as Hydrolysis, Enzymatic hydrolysis and Sulfuric acid as well as Biofuel.
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Conversion of olive tree biomass into fermentable sugars by dilute acid pretreatment and enzymatic saccharification
Cristóbal Cara;Encarnación Ruiz;José Miguel Oliva;Felicia Sáez.
Bioresource Technology (2008)
Enhanced enzymatic hydrolysis of olive tree wood by steam explosion and alkaline peroxide delignification
Cristóbal Cara;Encarnación Ruiz;Ignacio Ballesteros;María J. Negro.
Process Biochemistry (2006)
Evaluation of steam explosion pre-treatment for enzymatic hydrolysis of sunflower stalks.
Encarnación Ruiz;Cristóbal Cara;Paloma Manzanares;Mercedes Ballesteros.
Enzyme and Microbial Technology (2008)
Production of fuel ethanol from steam-explosion pretreated olive tree pruning
Cristóbal Cara;Encarnación Ruiz;Mercedes Ballesteros;Paloma Manzanares.
Heavy metal tolerance of filamentous fungi isolated from polluted sites in Tangier, Morocco
L. Ezzouhri;Eulogio Castro;Manuel Moya;Francisco Espínola.
The effect of organosolv pretreatment variables on enzymatic hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse
Leyanis Mesa;Erenio González;Cristobal Cara;M. Gonzalez.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2011)
Recent advances in the production of value added chemicals and lipids utilizing biodiesel industry generated crude glycerol as a substrate - Metabolic aspects, challenges and possibilities: An overview.
Narisetty Vivek;Raveendran Sindhu;Aravind Madhavan;Alphonsa Jose Anju.
Bioresource Technology (2017)
Biorefinery based on olive biomass. state of the art and future trends.
J.M. Romero-García;L. Niño;C. Martínez-Patiño;C. Álvarez.
Bioresource Technology (2014)
Water hyacinth a potential source for value addition: An overview.
Raveendran Sindhu;Parameswaran Binod;Ashok Pandey;Aravind Madhavan.
Bioresource Technology (2017)
Antioxidant activity of the phenolic compounds released by hydrothermal treatments of olive tree pruning
E. Conde;C. Cara;A. Moure;E. Ruiz.
Food Chemistry (2009)
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