Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology

Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology [481 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology have been cited 481 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology.

Strobel G (2014) The use of endophytic fungi for the conversion of agricultural wastes to hydrocarbons. Biofuels 5:447-55.

Chan CL, Yew SM, Ngeow YF, Na SL, Lee KW, et al. (2015) Genome analysis of Daldinia eschscholtzii strains UM 1400 and UM 1020, wood-decaying fungi isolated from human hosts. BMC genomics. 16: 966.

Scheer AM, Welz O, Vasu SS, Osborn DL, Taatjes CA (2015) Low temperature (550–700 K) oxidation pathways of cyclic ketones: dominance of HO 2-elimination channels yielding conjugated cyclic coproducts. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17: 12124-34.

Badra J, Elwardany AE, Farooq A (2014) Reaction rate constants of H-abstraction by OH from large ketones: measurements and site-specific rate rules. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16: 12183-93.

Strobel G, Booth E, Schaible G, Mends MT, Sears J, et al. (2013) The Paleobiosphere: a novel device for the in vivo testing of hydrocarbon producing-utilizing microorganisms. Biotechnology letters 35: 539-52.

Schalchli H, Tortella GR, Rubilar O, Parra L, Hormazabal E,et al. (2016) Fungal volatiles: an environmentally friendly tool to control pathogenic microorganisms in plants. Critical reviews in biotechnology 36: 144-52.

Shaw JJ, Berbasova T, Sasaki T, Jefferson-George K, Spakowicz DJ, et al. (2015)Identification of a fungal 1, 8-cineole synthase from Hypoxylon sp. with specificity determinants in common with the plant synthases. Journal of Biological Chemistry 290: 8511-26.

Spakowicz DJ, Strobel SA (2015) Biosynthesis of hydrocarbons and volatile organic compounds by fungi: bioengineering potential. Applied microbiology and biotechnology 99: 4943-51.

Sánchez-Fernández RE, Diaz D, Duarte G, Lappe-Oliveras P, Sánchez S, et al. (2016) Antifungal volatile organic compounds from the endophyte Nodulisporium sp. strain GS4d2II1a: a qualitative change in the intraspecific and interspecific interactions with Pythium aphanidermatum. Microbial ecology 71: 347-64.

Scheer AM, Welz O, Zádor J, Osborn DL, Taatjes CA (2014) Low-temperature combustion chemistry of novel biofuels: Resonance-stabilized QOOH in the oxidation of diethyl ketone. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics16: 13027-40.

Mallette N, Pankratz EM, Parker AE, Strobel GA, Busse SC (2014) Evaluation of cellulose as a substrate for hydrocarbon fuel production by Ascocoryne sarcoides (NRRL 50072). Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems

Yang Y, Dec JE (2013) Bio-Ketones: autoignition characteristics and their potential as fuels for HCCI engines. SAE International Journal of Fuels and Lubricants 6: 713-28.

Shaw JJ, Spakowicz DJ, Dalal RS, Davis JH, Lehr NA, et al. (2015) Biosynthesis and genomic analysis of medium-chain hydrocarbon production by the endophytic fungal isolate Nigrograna mackinnonii E5202H. Applied microbiology and biotechnology 99: 3715-28.

Strobel G (2014) The story of mycodiesel. Current opinion in microbiology 19: 52-8.

Strobel GA (2015) Bioprospecting—fuels from fungi. Biotechnology letters 37: 973-82.

Nigg J, Strobel G, Knighton WB, Hilmer J, Geary B, et al. (2014) Functionalized para-substituted benzenes as 1, 8-cineole production modulators in an endophytic Nodulisporium species. Microbiology 160: 1772-82.

Gladden AM, Taatjes CA, Gao C, O’Bryan G, Powell AJ,et al. (2014) Tailoring next-generation biofuels and their combustion in next-generation engines. Sandia report.

Allen JW, Scheer AM, Gao CW, Merchant SS, Vasu SS, Welz O, et al. (2014) A coordinated investigation of the combustion chemistry of diisopropyl ketone, a prototype for biofuels produced by endophytic fungi. Combustion and Flame 161: 711-24.

Badra J, Elwardany AE, Khaled F, Vasu SS, Farooq A (2014) A shock tube and laser absorption study of ignition delay times and OH reaction rates of ketones: 2-Butanone and 3-buten-2-one. Combustion and Flame 161: 725-34.

Askar MB, Moghadam MF (2013) Research and Reviews: Journal of Engineering and Technology.

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