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development from banana fruits. However, not much attention has been focused on effective utilization of the huge biomass generated in the form of pseudostem, leaves, suckers etc.In India, presently this biomass is dumped on roadside or burnt or left in situ causing detrimental impact on environment. Though, the technologies for extraction of fibres and paper making from pseudostem are ...

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Volume 15 Issue 2 :: Article Issues :: BioResources

A nano-film was developed using nano-fibrillated cellulose (NFC) obtained from banana (var. Poovan) pseudostem. The NFC was prepared by alkali treatment followed by bleaching and acidification, as described and characterized in the authors' previous paper. The NFC was used as base material for the development of nano-film.

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Biodegradable packaging made from banana waste

11/27/2020· Using a reliable supply of pseudostem material from banana plants grown at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the duo set to work in extracting cellulose to test its suitability as a packaging alternative. "The pseudostem is 90% water, so the solid material ends .

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Vol 15, No 2 (2020)

Synthesis and Characterization of Nano-fibrillated Cellulose Derived from Green Agave americana L. Fiber. ... Starch/Banana Pseudostem Biocomposite Films for Potential Food Packaging Applications. ... Self-assembly of Alkyl Chains of Fatty Acids in Papermaking Systems: A Review of Related Pitch Issues, Hydrophobic Sizing, and pH Effects.

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Genotypic variations in characteristics of nano ...

"Characterization of lignocellulosic materials extracted from the banana pseudostem," in: 7th International Symposium on Natural Polymers and Composites, pp. 1077-1079. Pettersen, R. C. (1984). "The chemical composition of wood," in: The Chemistry of Solid Wood, .

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Pineapple journal Composition Inspirational Notebook ...

Pineapple journal Composition Inspirational Notebook - Motivational Quote Notebook - Funny Anniversary - Bridesmaids - Best Friends - Best Gift - Blank - Size 6 .

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Packaging made from banana plants an a-peeling .

3/10/2020· Using a reliable supply of pseudostem material from banana plants grown at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the duo set to work in extracting cellulose to test its suitability as a packaging alternative. "The pseudostem is 90 per cent water, so the solid material ends up reducing down to about 10%," A/Prof Arcot said.

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A Novel Method for the Synthesis of Cellulose Nanofibril ...

Alkali treatment coupled with high pressure defibrillation and acid treatment have been tried on banana fibers obtained from the pseudo stem of the banana plant Musa sapientum. The structure and morphology of the fibers have been found to be affected on the basis of the concentration of the alkali and acid and also on the pressure applied. Steam explosion in alkaline medium followed by acidic ...

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Production of wrapping paper from banana fibres ...

Oct 01, 2017· The mean thickness of the papers were 0.263 ± 0.04 mm. banana paper and bagasse paper showed nearly similar water absorbency (2.15 s and 2.17 s) and were 2.25 times more than paper from wastepaper. Highest tensile index was evidenced by banana paper with 20% wastepaper (29.4 Nm/g).

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Paper Production from banana pseudostem (biowaste) .

1/24/2018· Society Benefits Pseudostem waste disposal problem and consequently the Environmental pollution issues can be solved. It will be a source of income for farmers. Wood consumption for paper production will be reduced. New industrial set ups of banana pseudostem processing will .

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Packaging made from banana plants an a-peeling .

11/29/2019· Banana pseudostem is dried, then powdered, then placed in alkaline solution to extract the cellulose, which is then processed into films of varying thicknesses. Credit: .

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Characterization of Slow Pyrolysis Wood Vinegar and Tar ...

Banana leaves vinegar (run 15) and tar (run 1) both at 450°C, banana pseudostem vinegar (run 1) at 613.3°C and tar (run 8) at 286.7°C and banana peels vinegar (run 13) at 450°C and tar (run 9) at 286.7°C were used. The densities of both the vinegars and tars were determined by taking the ratios of mass (g) and volumes (cm3).

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Usefulness of Banana (Musa paradisiaca) Wastes in ...

Useful products made from banana waste (pseudostem) 4. Usefulness of Banana Waste 4.1. Pseudostem processing and fibre extraction The banana fibre can be extracted manually or by machine. Manual fibre extraction is a cumbersome process. In this process, pseudostem is initially cut into pieces of about 60cm length and 7.5cm width.

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Microstructural, thermal, and tensile characterization of ...

"Banana pseudostem characterization and its fiber property evaluation on physical and bioextraction," Journal of Natural Fibers 8(3), 149-160. DOI: 10.1080/15440478.2011.601614 DOI: 10.1080/15440478.2011.601614

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A METHOD OF MAKING ECO-FRIENDLY PAPER

The process of making banana pseudostem eco-friendly paper is faster and cheaper than the current conventional methods, and the produced paper is stronger and also biodegradable. The Competitve Advantages: • The technology to convert banana trees to packaging material is green, no toxic chemicals are used, and the raw material (banana trees ...

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paper production from banana stem.pdf | Pulp (Paper ...

Other agricultural residues such as banana stem possess characteristics suitable for paper making [5, 6]. Banana is one of the important fruit and vegetable crop plants and belongs to the genus Musa. Other well-known species are abaca (Musa extilis) and other wild banana plants used as a source of fibers for the paperand cordage industries [7,8].

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ECO-FRIENDLY HANDMADE PAPER MAKING

2. Significance of eco-friendly paper making 5 3. Handmade paper making for rural development 5 4. Materials Required for Hand Made Paper Production 6 4.1 Mould and deckle 8 5. MCRC's technology on Hand made Paper Production 10 5.1 Raw material selection 10 5.2 Extraction of Fiber from Plants 10 5.3 Screening of Microoraganisms for ...

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Vol 12, No 4 (2017)

Science of lignocellulosic materials, chemicals, and their applications. Welcome to BioResources! This online, peer-reviewed journal is devoted to the science and engineering of biomaterials and chemicals from lignocellulosic sources for new end uses and new capabilities.

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Chemocatalytic Conversion of Cellulose into Key Platform ...

Chemocatalytic transformation of lignocellulosic biomass to value-added chemicals has attracted global interest in order to build up sustainable societies. Cellulose, the first most abundant constituent of lignocellulosic biomass, has received extensive attention for its comprehensive utilization of resource, such as its catalytic conversion into high value-added chemicals and fuels (e.g., HMF ...

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Identification and characterization of Talas banana, a ...

Identification and characterization of Talas banana, a superior local cultivar from East Kalimantan (Indonesia), based on morphological and agronomical characters. Biodiversitas 18: 1414-1423. Talas banana is a local cultivar grown in the certain area of East Kalimantan that is not explored and identified yet as other popular bananas

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Banana pseudostem sap: A waste plant resource for .

The flame retardant functionality was imparted in cellulosic textile using banana pseudostem sap, an eco-friendly waste plant product. The extracted sap was applied in three different pH conditions, viz. acidic, neutral and alkaline to the pre-mordanted bleached and mercerized cotton fabrics.

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Novel Nanostructured Paper with Ultrahigh Transparency .

Solar cell substrates require high optical transparency but also prefer high optical haze to increase the light scattering and consequently the absorption in the active materials. Unfortunately, there is a trade-off between these optical properties, which is exemplified by common transparent paper substrates exhibiting a transparency of about 90% yet a low optical haze (<20%). In this work, we ...

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Genome-wide identification and characterization of the ...

July Genome-wide identification and characterization of the CKII gene family in the cultivated banana cultivar (Musa spp. cv Tianbaojiao) and the wild banana (Musa itinerans) Weihua Liu 0 1 Zhengchun Lin 0 1 Yanying Liu 0 1 Yuling Lin 0 1 XuHan Xu 0 1 Zhongxiong Lai 0 1 0 Institute of Horticultural Biotechnology, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Fuzhou, Fujian, China 1 Editor ...

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A Value Chain on Utilization of Banana Pseudostem for ...

Banana is a common mans' fruit grown in about 7.0 lakh ha area of India. Apart from fruit, banana crop generate huge quantity of waste biomass in the form of pseudostem, leaves, suckers etc,. At present, this biomass is absolute waste in most of the states of India. Not only

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Banana Plantation. Banana Fruit Farming Business ...

harvested pseudostem and used as vegetable. Plantains or cooking bananas are rich in starch and have a chemical composition similar to that of potato. Banana fibre is used to make items like bags, pots and wall hangers. Rope and good quality paper can be prepared from banana waste. Banana leaves are used as healthy and hygienic eating plates.

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Browse by Type - UMK Repository

Raja Mahfudzah Raja Sulaiman, (2013) The use of wild and berangan banana pseudostem extract as attractant of banana pseudostem weevil, odoiporus longicollis. [Undergraduate Final Year Project Report] (Submitted) Nur Atiqah Zainal Abidin, (2013) Efficiency of cocktailed herbicides paranox 13 .

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Universiti Putra Malaysia Press Serdang • 2012

sapientum Pseudostem Fibre Category: Applied Research (B) Dr. Rasmina Halis Naimah Mohd Salleh, Norhaslida Razali and Low Joo Choo Faculty of Forestry [email protected] 03-89467213 The banana fibers can obtain from the wasteful part of the plant by mechanically, chemically and biologically.

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Acid, alkali and peroxide pretreatments increase the ...

May 01, 2018· Due to its high cellulose content, the pseudostem from some banana species has been used in paper making and in the pulping industry since the 60′s, and the cellulose of banana biomass waste has potential for use in the production of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (Adinugraha and Marseno, 2005) and polyphenol oxidase (Wuyts et al., 2006).

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Characterization of the corn husk fibre and improvement in ...

Jul 13, 2018· An alkali based method has been optimised and proposed to extract the cellulosic fibres from the corn husks. Physicochemical and morphological properties of the fibres extracted from corn husk have been studied in detail, and compared with the well-explored cellulosic fibre, like cotton and ligno-cellulosic fibre, like jute. Scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive X-ray were used to ...

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS Bagasse Sheets Reinforced with ...

(BC), pineapple leaf (PA) and banana pseudostem (BA)) were prepared using microfluidization. TEM and XRD results revealed diverse characteristics of the NFCs from different sources. Then, 0.1wt% of the prepared NFCs were integrated into the bagasse (BG) paper sheets.

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ANALYSIS OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND .

Li et al. (2010). "Banana pseudo-stem chemistry, structure," BioResources 5(2), 576-585 578 EXPERIMENTAL Materials and Chemical Analysis The banana pseudo-stems were harvested from a banana plantation in Gaozhou (Guangdong, China). The banana pseudo-stem, which was separated from banana bunch

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BANANA STAR

Banana fiber is used for the following purposes: To make currencies, bond papers, and speciality papers which can last for 100 years; As a very good replacement for wood pulp in paper industry, as it has high cellulose content,thus reducing the Environmental impact of deforestation; In making composite materials as a replacement for fiber glass

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