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Kimberly Moore, Scott Greenhut, and Wagner Vendrame

Jatropha is a small tree or a large shrub that can reach a height of up to 5 m and has been identified as a potential source of sustainable biodiesel production because of its high oil content in seeds (30%–40% by weight) ( Basha and Sujatha, 2007

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Haiying Liang, Bing-Qing Hao, Guo-Chen Chen, Hang Ye, and Jinlin Ma

% to 25% for C. sinensis ( George et al., 2013 ), 20.8% for C. japonica ( De Ron et al., 2014 ), and 30.4% for C. sasanqua ( Vela et al., 2014 ). Potential of Camellia Oil As an Alternative to Vegetable Oil for Use As Raw Oil in Biodiesel

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Xi Wang, Genhua Niu, Mengmeng Gu, Paul A. Baumann, and Joseph Masabni

-products of biodiesel and industrial oil production are residues remaining after oil extraction. As an alternative method to chemical herbicides, utilization of MSM not only assists the biodiesel industry to be economically and environmentally viable but also

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Khin Thida One, Narathid Muakrong, Chamnanr Phetcharat, Patcharin Tanya, and Peerasak Srinives

Jatropha curcas (jatropha, physic nut) is a shrub producing seeds with high oil for biodiesel production. The center of origin of jatropha is in the Central American region around Mexico. It was introduced to Africa and Asia and cultivated

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Brent Tisserat and Amy Stuff

The U.S. Federal mandates affecting biodiesel production include the Energy Policy Act, which requires specific levels of alternative fuel use in federal automobile fleets, and the Clean Air Act, which requires all diesel fuel sold for on-road use

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Jiming Liu, Caowen Sun, Yuan Gao, Zhong Chen, Yulin Zheng, Xuehuang Weng, and Liming Jia

countries. Because of the high yield of its seed oil (26.15% to 44.69%) ( Liu et al., 2017 ; Sun et al., 2017 ), it is suitable for biodiesel production according to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D6751 and European Standards (EN) 14214

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Yuxin Chen, Zishuo Zhang, Kexin Wang, Lijin Ou, and Yan Ao

J. Bot. 45 2 511 512 Ma, Y.X. Bi, Q.X. Li, G.T. Liu, X.J. Fu, G.H. Zhao, Y. Wang, L.B. 2020 Provenance variations in kernel oil content, fatty acid profile and biodiesel properties of Xanthoceras sorbifolium Bunge in northern China Ind. Crops Prod

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Yingchao Lin, Dejun Kong, Zhihong Wang, Yi Chen, Zhixiao Yang, Chun Wu, Hui Yang, and Lili Chen

natural products with biological activity and have been considered a source of glycerides as well as biodiesel ( Frega et al., 1991 ; Popova et al., 2018 ; Xie et al., 2011 ). Specifically, tobacco is an oilseed crop with an oil yield ranging from 30% to

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Seed Meal for Root-knot Nematode Control in Tomato Mustard seed meals, which are byproducts of biodiesel fuel production, can be amended into soil as fertilizers and for management of soilborne pathogens, plant-parasitic nematodes, and weeds. Meyer et

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Peng Shi, Yong Wang, Dapeng Zhang, Yin Min Htwe, and Leonard Osayande Ihase

.S. Department of Agriculture, 2018 ). Palm oil and palm kernel oil are crucial raw materials for the food industry, chemical industry, and biodiesel ( Edem, 2002 ; Kalam and Masjuki, 2002 ; Mba et al., 2015 ). Although oil palm was introduced to China in 1926