By Glenn Fuller, Thomas A. McKeon, Donald D. Bills
content material: Nonfood items from agricultural resources / Glenn Fuller, Thomas A. McKeon, and Donald D. accounts --
Acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of lignocellulosic fabrics / Michael H. Penner, Andrew G. Hashimoto, Alireza Esteghlalian, and John J. Fenske --
more suitable cotton textiles from usage examine / B.A. Kottes Andrews and Robert M. Reinhardt --
stable substrate fermentation within the creation of enzyme advanced for more advantageous jute processing / B.J.B. wooden, B.L. Ghosh, and S.N. Sinha --
renovation and tanning of animal hides : the making of leather-based and its research by way of the U.S. division of Agriculture / William N. Marmer --
Biopolymers from fermentation / W.F. Fett, S.F. Osman, M.L. Fishman, and ok. Ayyad --
Microcellular starch-based foams / G.M. Glenn, R.E. Miller, and D.W. Irving --
safe to eat movies for the extension of shelf lifetime of evenly processed agricultural items / A.E. Pavlath, D.S.W. Wong, J. Hudson, and G.H. Robertson --
Biodegradable polymers from agricultural items / John M. Krochta and Cathérine L.C. De Mulder-Johnston --
Advances in substitute traditional rubber construction / Katrina Cornish and Deborah J. Siler --
Genetic amendment of oilseed plants to supply oils and fat for commercial makes use of / Thomas A. McKeon, Jiann-Tsyh Lin, Marta Goodrich-Tanrikulu, and Allan Stafford --
crops as assets of gear / A. Douglas Kinghorn and Eun-Kyoung search engine optimisation --
software of transgenic crops as creation structures for prescribed drugs / G.D. could, H.S. Mason, and percent. Lyons --
Human plasma proteins from transgenic animal bioreactors / R.K. Paleyanda, W.H. Velander, T.K. Lee, R. Drews, F.C. Gwazdauskas, J.W. Knight, W.N. Drohan, and H. Lubon --
chance in bioenergy vegetation : ameliorating organic hazard by utilizing biotechnology and phytochemistry / B.H. McCown, K.F. Raffa, K.W. Kleiner, and D.D. Ellis --
Sugar beet and sugarcane as renewable assets / Margaret A. Clarke and Leslie A. Edye --
items from vegetable oils : examples / Marvin O. Bagby.
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