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Increased production of sugar streams from lignocellulosic materials through enzyme recycling
The Canadian pulp and paper mills generate over 1 million tons of primary sludge per year. This sludge mainly contains small cellulosic fibers and contaminants from pulp and paper manufacture and is usually disposed of by ...
The effects of invasive dreissenid mussels on the offshore food web of Lake Simcoe, Ontario
Dreissenid mussels have successfully invaded North America, including the Great Lakes and their surrounding waterbodies. With their establishment, there have been many notable impacts including the rerouting of energy flow ...
Causes and consequences of population changes in Black Bay Steelhead, Lake Superior
Understanding species interactions is an important component of fisheries resource management. Like the other Great Lakes, Lake Superior’s fish species composition (and therefore interactions among species) has been changing ...
Systematics and ecology of the Sexguttata species group, genus Cicindela (Coleoptera: Cicindelidae) / by Michael M. Kaulbars. --
The systematics of Cicindela sexguttata Fabricius and Cicindela patruela Dejean was studied. Various aspects of their holomorphology were considered, including: multivariate analysis of external characters, morphology ...
Isolation and characterization of novel cellulase and pectinase producing bacteria
Cellulases and pectinases are the major cell wall degrading enzymes. The microorganisms producing these enzymes have a wide range of industrial applications. In this research, 17 bacterial isolates from rotting wood ...