Faculty of Resource Science and Technology (FRST) was established in July 1993 as one of the two pioneering faculties of UNIMAS The faculty offers Bachelor of Science programmes specializing in natural resource science and management and resource technology sago starch is produced The annual export of sago starch from Sarawak fluctuates between 30 000 to 50 000 tons between the years 1988-1990's procuring incomes of between US$3 4 million to US$10 8 million The downtrend of sago starch prices saw a decline to US$9 15 million in spite of increased production at 61 000 tons for the year 2000

Potentials of Bioenergy from The Sago Industries in Malaysia

sago starch is produced The annual export of sago starch from Sarawak fluctuates between 30 000 to 50 000 tons between the years 1988-1990's procuring incomes of between US$3 4 million to US$10 8 million The downtrend of sago starch prices saw a decline to US$9 15 million in spite of increased production at 61 000 tons for the year 2000

Sago is a starch extracted in the spongy centre or pith of various tropical palm stems especially Metroxylon sagu It is a major staple food for the lowland peoples of New Guinea and the Moluccas where it is called saksak rabia and sagu A type of flour called sago flour is made from sago The largest supply of sago comes from the East

The sago starch yield produced from sago pith without the water content was calculated according to Eq (2) The amount of sago starch obtained from sago pith called untreated sago starch (T0) was used as a comparison Sago starch yield (%) = Weight of sago starch (g)/weight of sago pith (g)100 (2) Micro powder milling

The hydrolysis of starch material in sago hampas into glucose produces another by-product which is sago pith residue (SPR) Linggang et al (2012) had reported that SPR is composed of (on a dry weight basis) 37% cellulose 20% hemicellulose and 6% lignin the cellulosic materials can be hydrolyzed into a mixture of fermentable sugars using

The RS formation of starches derived from crops indigenous of the tropical regions such as sago starch was still limited In nature native sago starch contains chemically bound phosphorus at levels 0 01% 11-13 The phosphate groups affect the properties and behavior of the sago starch 11-13 To obtain higher phosphorus content starch may

Starch

Starch or amylum is a polymeric carbohydrate consisting of numerous glucose units joined by glycosidic bonds This polysaccharide is produced by most green plants as energy storage It is the most common carbohydrate in human diets and is contained in large amounts in staple foods like potatoes maize (corn) rice and cassava as well as in the grain Emmer wheat (Triticum amyleum) from which

Sago wastewater (SWW) is an effluent discharged from cassava-based starch industries during sago processing in South India especially in Tamil Nadu There are about 800 small-scale sago processing plants that discharge 40 000 to 50 000 L of SWW and 15 to 30 tons of sludge per day Sago processing industries produce two types of wastewater

2738 BioMed Research International 2314-6141 2314-6133 Hindawi Publishing Corporation 935852 10 1155/2013/935852 935852 Research Article Recovery of Glucose from Residual Starch of Sago Hampas for Bioethanol Production Awg-Adeni D S 1 2 Bujang K B 2 Hassan M A 1 Abd-Aziz S 1 Upham Brad 1 Department of Bioprocess Technology Faculty of

Glucose is a simple sugar with the molecular formula C 6 H 12 O 6 Glucose is the most abundant monosaccharide a subcategory of carbohydrates Glucose is mainly made by plants and most algae during photosynthesis from water and carbon dioxide using energy from sunlight where it is used to make cellulose in cell walls which is the most abundant carbohydrate In energy metabolism glucose

sago starch granule is bigger than those of corn rice and cassava but smaller than those of potato The granule has shape of oval with size range between 20 to 60 m (Ahmad et al 1999 Uthumporn et al 2014) The size of the granule is bigger as the sago palm ageing (Uthumporn et al 2014) Raw sago starch has 10-20% of moisture content

Jan 16 2018This method generates a recovery of glucose from sago starch It was confirmed earlier that 20% (w/v) sago starch is the optimum starch concentration (Bujang et al 2000a 2004) at the ideal pH of 6 5 for liquefaction and 4 5

Glucose is a simple sugar with the molecular formula C 6 H 12 O 6 Glucose is the most abundant monosaccharide a subcategory of carbohydrates Glucose is mainly made by plants and most algae during photosynthesis from water and carbon dioxide using energy from sunlight where it is used to make cellulose in cell walls which is the most abundant carbohydrate In energy metabolism glucose

Hi gher percentages of residual starch in sago fibre (SF) exhibited a less efficient starch extraction procedure in these factories which leads to profit [10] Awg-Adeni D S Bujang K B Hassan M A and Abd-Aziz S 2013 Recovery of glucose from residual starch of sago hampas for bioethanol production Biomed Res Int Article ID 935852 DOI

9 Surprising Health Benefits of Sago

Jan 28 2020The notable health benefits of sago include its impact on weight gain blood circulation bone mineral density nerve function blood pressure and digestion It also helps in improving the energy levels in the body Therefore it is important to understand where it comes from what nutrients it can deliver and the potential health benefits it holds

Sago wastewater which contains starchy fibres from sago starch processing mills is commonly discharged directly to nearby stream thus contribute to serious environmental pollution Sago fibre which is known to be a local agricultural waste mainly contains residual starch of about (50 – 60 %) together with cellulosic component

sago starch granule is bigger than those of corn rice and cassava but smaller than those of potato The granule has shape of oval with size range between 20 to 60 m (Ahmad et al 1999 Uthumporn et al 2014) The size of the granule is bigger as the sago palm ageing (Uthumporn et al 2014) Raw sago starch has 10-20% of moisture content

As the hydrolysis of starch by glucoamylase proceeds with stepwise removal of glucose units from the nonreducing ends of the starch chain the number of available substrate molecules is essentially unchanged in the course of the degradation M A Hassan and S Abd-Aziz Recovery of Glucose from Residual Starch of Sago Hampas for Bioethanol

Sep 01 2014But we obtained 33 1 g glucose from 52 g biomass starch which is 63 7% yield (g glucose/g biomass starch) in the present study As compared to previous studies reported in sago pith waste [12] [29] [30] [31] the glucose production was comparatively lower however this method is energy efficient because of combined pretreatment and

Process of sago starch hydrolysis by B megaterium PSA10 is shown in Figure 2 Figure 2 Process of sago starch hydrolysis by B megaterium PSA10 and reducing sugar concentration formed on sago starch minimal media during cultivation Figure 2 shows that at the time of sago starch content decreases the amylase enzyme activity was detected anyway

Cereal processing - Cereal processing - Starch products: Starch has been used for many centuries An Egyptian papyrus paper dating from 3500 bce was apparently treated with a starch adhesive The major starch sources are tubers such as potatoes and cassava and cereals Current starch production is considerable Among the major producing areas the European countries use both domestic wheat