The Journal of Bioenergy and Food Science is an electronic publication of the Federal Institute of Amapá – IFAP. The aim of this work is to contribute to the dissemination of knowledge through the publication of scientific papers (unpublished and original articles, reviews and scientific notes) in Portuguese, Spanish or English.
The editorial board of the journal invites researchers, professionals, undergraduate and postgraduate students to share their experiences with the scientific and academic community through our electronic journal. With the mission to spread of the knowledge derived from researches and bibliographic reviews, through publications of both national and international coverage.
The journal maintains an anti plagiarism policy (the manuscripts before they are forwarded to the peer review will be evaluated) after this analysis, the manuscripts will be forwarded to the evaluation did not present evidence of plagiarism of other works.
The evaluation of manuscripts received is a Double blind peer review type (National and international reviewers).
The published articles with Creative Commons Attribution License type, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited. This work is licensed under CC BY-SA.
AREAS: Agrarian sciences | Food Science | Food Technology | Food Engineering | Nutrition | Biotechnology | Biodiversty | Chemistry | Environmental Science | Interdisciplinary
Peridiocity - 4 issue / year
H-index – 2 (2014-2016)
Qualis CAPES (Brazil)
B4 - Agrarian sciences and Engineering II
B5 - Veterinary Medicine
C - Food science and Technology, Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Zootecnia/Fishery resources
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Vol 3, No 4: Journal of Bioenergy and food science, oct/dec, 2016
Table of Contents
|Yield of hydrolysis and production of lignocellulosic ethanol from elephant grass biomass||[PDF (PORTUGUESE)]|
|Lara Neiva Siqueira, Emerson Adriano Guarda, Patrícia Martins Guarda, Roseanne Batista Rodrigues da Silva, Robson dos Santos Barbosa||191-196|
|Pretreatment of sugarcane top leaves by ozonation as a promotion of susceptibility to hydrolysis||[PDF]|
|Felipe Iwagaki Braga Ogando, Juliana Aparecida de Souza Sartori, Nathália Torres Corrêa Magri, Claudio Lima de Aguiar||197-206|
|Artisan cheese: a potential source of wild lactic acid bacteria to obtain new starter cultures||[PDF (PORTUGUESE)]|
|Maria Luiza Barros Cabral, Meire dos Santos Falcão de Lima, Gabriela Alves de Araújo Fernandes, Eduardo Felipe da Costa, Ana Lúcia Figueiredo Porto, Maria Taciana Holanda Cavalcanti||207-215|
|Effect of pods' position on the protein content in soybean grains at low latitude||[PDF]|
|Paulo Victor Gomes Sales, Joenes Mucci Peluzio, Flávio Sérgio Afférri, Ana Cláudia Rodrigues da Costa Sales, Victor Hugo Gomes Sales||216-221|