Zymomonas isolated from different States of Mexico: limited producers of ethanol

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    Juan Manuel Sánchez- Yañez

  1. Gabriel Gallegos-Morales

  2. María Elvira Murillo-Martinez

  3. Luis Jesús Galán

  1. Research Professor, Environmental Microbiology, Chemical Biological Research Institute , Michoacan University of San Nicolás de Hidalgo , Morelia, Michoacán, México
  2. Research Professor, Parasitology Department, Antonio Narro Autonomous Agrarian University,, Buena Vista, Coah, México.
  3. Research Professor, Industrial Microbiology y del Suelo, Faculty of Ciencias Biológy, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, San Nicolás de los Garza, N. L., México
  4. Research Professor, Industrial Microbiology y del Suelo, Faculty of Ciencias Biológy, Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon, San Nicolás de los Garza, N. L., México

Abstract

The microbial synthesis of ethanol is conventionally by yeast, however the bacterial genus Zymomonas has an interesting capacity to synthesize ethanol, currently it is an ecological alternative, for the global demand for fuels other than oil. The objectives of this work were: i) to isolate Zymomonas that synthesize ethanol from natural sources ii) to select Zymomonas natural amounts for ethanol synthesis. The results show a wide distribution of Zymomonas in natural sources and limited natural ability to generate ethanol. It is reaffirmed that this genus is an alternative for the solution of the world energy crisis, based in to improve its natural ability for ethanol synthesized by biological means does not cause environmental pollution.

Keywords: Non-fossil fuel, Natural selection, Vegetable Juice, Bacterial fermentation, Yeast

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