Saturday, December 16, 2017
 
Biomass production refers to growing the organic matter or feedstock that will be converted into a fuel, electricity, or other consumable form of energy. Simply put, biomass production means agriculture, forestry, aquaculture, or commercial culture of the feedstock and bioenergy is the generation of an energy resource from these feedstocks. Feedstocks include crops, trees, grasses, microalgae, and waste. Current research projects at CTAHR focuses on tropical oilseed tree crops and tropical C4 grasses.

Biomass → Biomass Conversion Technology → Bioenergy

Bioenergy generation comprises biomass production, biomass conversion, and biosystems integration.
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