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Volume 61, 20236th International Conference on Frontiers of Biological Sciences and Engineering (FBSE 2023)
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Recent trends in functional characteristics and degradation methods of alginate
1 Qilu University of Technology, Shandong, China
2 Weihai Ever GREEN Ocean Technology Co., Ltd., Weihai, 264300, China
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The total area of the Earth's oceans is 360 million square kilometers, accounting for approximately 71% of the Earth's surface area. It is a huge treasure trove of resources, containing abundant mineral resources, oil and gas resources, microbial resources, etc. The production of marine biomass is enormous, and as a third-generation renewable energy source, it has more sustainable development potential than terrestrial biomass. The main source of marine biomass is marine algae, so the development and excavation of marine algae resources is imperative. At present, alginate has become the second largest sustainable development resource in terms of production, second only to cellulose, and has enormous application value. The biological enzyme method for degrading alginate utilizes alginate lyase to β The elimination mechanism breaks the glycosidic bond, which has more degradation advantages than physical and chemical methods.
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