Deniz Cekmecelioglu
Deniz Cekmecelioglu
Gıda Mühendisliği Bölümü, Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi
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Cost-effective approach to ethanol production and optimization by response surface methodology
ON Uncu, D Cekmecelioglu
Waste management 31 (4), 636-643, 2011
Applicability of optimised in-vessel food waste composting for windrow systems
D Cekmecelioglu, A Demirci, RE Graves, NH Davitt
Biosystems engineering 91 (4), 479-486, 2005
Kinetic modeling of enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated kitchen wastes for enhancing bioethanol production
D Cekmecelioglu, ON Uncu
Waste management 33 (3), 735-739, 2013
Evaluation of hemicellulose as a coating material with gum arabic for food microencapsulation
F Tatar, MT Tunç, M Dervisoglu, D Cekmecelioglu, T Kahyaoglu
Food Research International 57, 168-175, 2014
Enhanced pectinase production by optimizing fermentation conditions of Bacillus subtilis growing on hazelnut shell hydrolyzate
S Uzuner, D Cekmecelioglu
Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic 113, 62-67, 2015
Optimal conditions for enhanced β-mannanase production by recombinant Aspergillus sojae
B Ozturk, D Cekmecelioglu, ZB Ogel
Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic 64 (3-4), 135-139, 2010
Evaluation of heterotrophic and mixotrophic cultivation of novel Micractinium sp. ME05 on vinasse and its scale up for biodiesel production
IK Engin, D Cekmecelioglu, AM Yücel, HA Oktem
Bioresource technology 251, 128-134, 2018
Optimization of windrow food waste composting to inactivate pathogenic microorganisms
D Cekmecelioglu, A Demirci, RE Graves, NH Davitt
Transactions of the ASAE 48 (5), 2023-2032, 2005
Optimization of culture conditions for Aspergillus sojae expressing an Aspergillus fumigatus α-galactosidase
S Gurkok, D Cekmecelioglu, ZB Ogel
Bioresource technology 102 (7), 4925-4929, 2011
Feedstock optimization of in-vessel food waste composting systems for inactivation of pathogenic microorganisms
D Cekmecelioglu, A Demirci, RE Graves
Journal of food protection 68 (3), 589-596, 2005
Optimization of dilute sulfuric acid, aqueous ammonia, and steam explosion as the pretreatments steps for distillers’ dried grains with solubles as a potential fermentation …
A Iram, D Cekmecelioglu, A Demirci
Bioresource technology 282, 475-481, 2019
Drying behavior of meat samples at various fiber directions and air conditions
M Soydan Karabacak, A Esin, D Cekmecelioglu
Drying Technology 32 (6), 695-707, 2014
Hydrolysis of hazelnut shells as a carbon source for bioprocessing applications and fermentation
S Uzuner, D Cekmecelioglu
International Journal of Food Engineering 10 (4), 799-808, 2014
Distillers’ dried grains with solubles (DDGS) and its potential as fermentation feedstock
A Iram, D Cekmecelioglu, A Demirci
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 104 (14), 6115-6128, 2020
Comparison of artificial neural networks (ANN) and adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) models in simulating polygalacturonase production
S Uzuner, D Çekmecelioğlu
BioResources, 2016
Effect of extraction conditions on hemicellulose yields and optimisation for industrial processes
H Yılmaz Celebioglu, D Cekmecelioglu, M Dervisoglu, T Kahyaoglu
International journal of food science & technology 47 (12), 2597-2605, 2012
Improvement of pectinase production by co-culture of Bacillus spp. using apple pomace as a carbon source
C Kuvvet, S Uzuner, D Cekmecelioglu
Waste and Biomass Valorization 10 (5), 1241-1249, 2019
Modeling of compost temperature and inactivation of Salmonella and E. coli O157: H7 during windrow food waste composting
D Cekmecelioglu, PH Heinemann, A Demirci, RE Graves
Transactions of the ASAE 48 (2), 849-858, 2005
Screening of bacterial and fungal strains for cellulase and xylanase production using distillers’ dried grains with solubles (DDGS) as the main feedstock
A Iram, D Cekmecelioglu, A Demirci
Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery 11 (5), 1955-1964, 2021
Enzymes in the beverage industry
S Uzuner, D Cekmecelioglu
Enzymes in Food Biotechnology, 29-43, 2019
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