57 Bioenergy Systems Community: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Agronomic Production Systems Bioenergy Systems Community


Bioenergy Systems
Monday, October 17, 2011: 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 217A

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8:05 AM
Enzymatic Pretreatment of Lignocellulosic Biomass for Bioethanol Production.
Sudeep Sidhu, University of Georgia - Griffin; Qingguo Huang, University of Georgia - Griffin
8:20 AM
Are All Elephantgrasses Invasive? Characterization of Natural Populations and Cultivated Types of a Bioenergy Grass In Florida.
Lynn E. Sollenberger, University of Florida; Kenneth R. Woodard, University of Florida; Joao M. Vendramini, Range Cattle Research and Education Center; Christine D. Chase, University of Florida; Yolanda Lopez, University of Florida; Maria Gallo, University of Florida; Jeffery Seib, University of Florida; Kenneth A. Langeland, University of Florida; Hermes Gerardo-Cuervo, University of Florida
8:35 AM
Simulating Seasonal Trends In Switchgrass Biomass Using ALMANAC.
Alexandre Rocateli, University of Arkansas; Charles West, University of Arkansas; Amanda Ashworth, University of Arkansas; James Kiniry, USDA-ARS; Deborah Spanel, USDA-ARS; Kristofor Brye, University of Arkansas
9:05 AM
Yield, Energy Production, and Nitrogen Loss Potential of Grain and Switchgrass Cropping Systems Compared Over Claypan Soil Landscapes.
Eric B. Allphin Jr., University of Missouri-Columbia; Newell Kitchen, USDA-ARS Cropping Systems and Water Quality Unit; Allen Thompson, University of Missouri
9:20 AM
A Model for Deploying Switchgrass for Bioenergy In An Intensive Agricultural Landscape.
Robert Mitchell, USDA-Agricultural Research Service; Kenneth P. Vogel, USDA-ARS
9:35 AM
9:50 AM
Green-Cane Harvest of Sugarcane Effects On Biomass and Energy Yields and Nutrient Removal.
Paul White, USDA-ARS; Ryan Viator, USDA-ARS; Edward Richard, USDA-ARS
10:05 AM
Biomass Yield and Energy Characteristics of Switchgrass Cultivars Grown In New Jersey.
Laura Cortese, Rutgers University; Zane Helsel, Department of Biology and Pathology, Rutgers University (and Dept. of Agronomy, Univ. of Florida); Aesha Patel, Rutgers University; Stacy Bonos, Rutgers University
10:20 AM
Effects of Nitrogen Application On Biofuel Sorghum Yield and Quality.
Szilvia Zilahi-Sebess, Texas A&M University; Juerg M. Blumenthal, Texas A&M University; Wayne Thompson, Texas Agrilife Extension Service
10:50 AM
Preliminary Analysis of Energy Costs for Crop Production In Eastern South Dakota: Results of a Grower Survey.
Seth Urbanowitz, South Dakota State University; Peter Sexton, South Dakota State University; Darrell Deneke, South Dakota State University
11:05 AM
Temporal and Spatial Variation In Switchgrass Biomass Composition and Theoretical Ethanol Recovery.
Marty Schmer, USDA-ARS; Kenneth Vogel, USDA-ARS; Robert Mitchell, USDA-ARS; Bruce Dien, USDA-ARS; Hans-Joachim Jung, USDA-ARS; Michael Casler, USDA-ARS
11:20 AM
1:00 PM
Does Nutrient Mining Affect the Choice of Harvest System and Nutrient Management Strategy for Producing Switchgrass Biomass?.
Mohua Haque, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc.; Jon Biermacher, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc.; Maru Kering, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc.; John Guretzky, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
1:15 PM
Switchgrass Yield Response to Harvest System and Corresponding Nitrogen Rates.
Mohua Haque, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc.; Francis M. Epplin, Oklahoma State University; Charles Taliaferro, Oklahoma State University
1:30 PM
Evaluation of Cool-Season Oil Seed Crops for Bio-Diesel Industry In Texas.
Murali K. Darapuneni, Texas A&M University; Gaylon Morgan, Texas A&M University; Amir Ibrahim, Texas A&M University; Robert Duncan, Texas A&M University; Diane Rowland, University of Florida; Dirk Hays, Texas A&M University
1:45 PM
2:00 PM
Effect of Different Winter Legumes As Nitrogen Sources for Switchgrass Grown for Cellulosic Ethanol.
Apurba Sutradhar, Oklahoma State University; Michael Reinert, Oklahoma State University; Muaid Ali, Oklahoma State University; Yesuf Mohammed, Oklahoma State University; Jagadeesh Mosali, The samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Kefyalew Girma, Oklahoma State University
2:15 PM
Biomass Yield Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer Rate of Five Potential Bioenergy Grasses.
Maru Kering, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; John Guretzky, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Twain Butler, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Jon Biermacher, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation; Jagadeesh Mosali, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
2:30 PM
2:45 PM
Impacts of Internal Nitrogen Translocation within Switchgrass On Biomass Feedstock Sustainability.
Danielle Wilson, Iowa State University; Emily Heaton, Iowa State University; Matt Liebman, Iowa State University
3:00 PM
Camelina Sativa Water Use and Irrigation In An Arid Enviroment.
Douglas Hunsaker, USDA-ARS Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center
3:15 PM
Biomass Yield and Mineral Composition of Six Potential Perennial Grass Bioenergy Crops for the Southeast.
John Erickson, University of Florida; Lynn Sollenberger, University of Florida; Kenneth Woodard, University of Florida; Joao Vendramini, University of Florida; Robert Gilbert, University of Florida; Zane Helsel, Department of Biology and Pathology, Rutgers University (and Dept. of Agronomy, Univ. of Florida)
3:30 PM
3:45 PM
Corn Stover for Bioenergy: Comparison of Two Methods for Carbohydrate Analysis of Stover Biomass.
Spyridon Mourtzinis, Auburn University; Francisco J. Arriaga, USDA-ARS; David Bransby, Auburn University; Kipling Balkcom, USDA ARS; Brenda Ortiz, Auburn University
4:00 PM
Effect of N On Seed and Oil Yields and Fatty Acid Composition of Winter Mustard.
Valtcho D. Jeliazkov Zheljazkov, University of Wyoming; Brady Vick, USDA-ARS; M. Wayne Ebelhar, Mississippi State University; Normie Buehring, Mississippi State University; Tess Astatkie, Nova Scotia Agricultural College
4:15 PM
Evaluation of Energy Cane for Potential Bioenergy Production Through the Use of a Semi -Mechanistic Crop Model.
Deepak Jaiswal, Energy Biosciences Institute, UIUC; Fernando Miguez, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University; Stephen Long, Energy Biosciences Institute, UIUC; German A. Bollero, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
4:30 PM