Anonymous, 2017. Glucose assay kit. Ziestchem Diagnostics, Tehran, Iran. (In Farsi)
Acanski, M. Pastor, K. Razmovski, R. Vucurovic, V. Psodorov, D. (2014). Bioethanol production from waste bread samples made from mixtures of wheat and buckwheat flours. Journal on Processing and Energy in Agriculture, 18(1), 40-43.
Abedi, M. (2012). Bioethanol production from potato waste. Master of Science Thesis. University of Tehran. Tehran, Iran. (In Farsi).
Caputi, A. Ueda, M. Brown, Th. (1968). Spectrophotometric determination of ethanol in wine. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, 19, 160-165.
Chambers, PJ. Pretorius, IS. (2010). Fermenting knowledge: the history of winemaking, science and yeast research. EMBO Reports. 11(12), 914-920.
Chiaramonti, D. (2007). Bioethanol: role and production technologies. In P. Ranalli (Ed). Improvement of crop plants for industrial end uses. Springer.(pp. 209-251).
Duku, M. H., GU, S., Hagan, E.B. (2011). A comprehensive review of biomass resources and biofuels potential in Ghana, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 14 (1), 515– 514.
Ebrahimi, B. Rahmani, M. (2012). The study of technology development issues obtained by the production and use of biofuels compared to the fossil ones. Journal of development of industrial technology, 10 (19), 27:37. (In Farsi)
Ghorbani, F. Amini, M. Daneshi, A. (2009). Production of ethanol from waste molasses of sugar factories in a discontinuous fermentation system. Journal of Science and technology Environmental, 11 (4). (In Farsi)
Hashem, M. Asseri, T.Y.A. Alamri, S.A. Alrumman, S.A. (2018). Feasibility and Sustainability of Bioethanol Production from Starchy restaurants’ Bio-wastes by New Yeast Strains, Waste and Biomass Valorization .10(4), 1617–1626
Hassan-Beygi, S. R. Istan, V, Ghobadian, B. Aboonajmi, M. (2013). An experimental investigation of Perkins A63544 diesel engine performance using D-Series fuel. Energy Conversion and Management, 76, 356–361.
ISIRI, 6872, 2011. Food and feed stuffs - determination of aflatoxins B&G by HPLC method using immunoaffinity column clean up-Test method. Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran, Tehran, Iran (In Farsi)
Kapdan, I. Kargi, F. Oztekin, R. Argun, H. (2009). Bio-hydrogen production from acid hydrolyzed wheat starch by photo-fermentation using different Rhodobacter sp. International journal of hydroenergy, 34 (5), 2201- 2207.
Khoshpey, B. Farhud, D.D. and Zaini, F. (2011). Aflatoxins in Iran: Nature, hazards and carcinogeicity. Iranian Journal of Public Health, 40 (4), 1-30.
Kim, Y. Jang, J. Park, S. Um, B. (2018). Dilute sulfuric acid fractionation of Korean food waste for ethanol
and lactic acid production by yeast. Waste Management journal, 74 .231–240.
Lee, J. Her, J.Y. Lee, K.G. (2015). Reduction of aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, and G2) in soybean-based model systems. Food Chemistry Journal, 189 (15), 45–51.
Licths, F. (2001). Ethanol knowledge: Ethanol Applition. Available at: http:// www.iecbp.com.
Mahmoodi, P. Karimi, K. Taherzade, M. (2018). Efficient conversion of municipal solid waste to biofuel by simultaneous dilute-acid hydrolysis of starch and pretreatment of lignocelluloses. Energy Conversion and Management, 166 (15), 569-578.
Masumiyan, Z. Yavarmanesh, M. Shahidi Noghabi, M. Sadeghi, M. Sohrabi Balsini, M. (2015). The efficiency of zeolite and citric acid in the control of mold growth and production of Aflaoxin in dry breads wastage across the Mashhad and it's modeling with artificial neural networks method. Science and Food industry of Iran. 12 (48), 99-114. (In Farsi)
Melikoglu, M. Webb, C. (2013). Use of waste bread to produce fermentation products. In: M.R. Kosseva and C. Webb (Eds). Food industry wastes: assessment and recuperation of commodities. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, 63–76.
Najafi, G. Ghobadian, B. Tavakoli, T. Yusaf, T. (2009). Potential of bioethanol production from agricultural wastes in Iran. Renewable and Sustainable Energy reviews, 13, 1418–1427.
Obeidavi, Z. (2014). Investigation the bioethanol production process and microorganisms' the role in this process. International Conference on Environmental Science, Engineering and Technologies
, Tehran, Iran. (In Farsi) From https://www.civilica.com/Paper-CESET01-CESET01_358.html
Pietrzak, W. Kawa-Riejilska, J. (2014). Ethanol fermentation of waste bread using granular starch hydrolyzing enzyme: effect of raw material pretreatment. Fuel, 134 (15), 250-256.
Pietrzak, W. Kawa-Riejilska, J. (2015). Simultaneous scarification and ethanol fermentation of waste wheat–rye bread at very high solids loading: Effect of enzymatic liquefaction conditions. Fuel, 147 (1), 236-242.
Rastegar, H. Shoeibi, Sh. Yazdan-panah, H. AmirAhmadi, M. Mousavi Khaneghah, A. Bovo Campagnollo, F. S. Sant’Ana, A. (2017). Removal of aflatoxin B1 by roasting with lemon juice and/or citric acid in contaminated pistachio nuts. Food Control, 71 ,279-284.
Sattari, B & Karimi, K. (2018). Mucoralean fungi for sustainable production of bioethanol and biologically active molecules. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 102: 1097–1117.
Shahnoushi, N. Firoozzare, A. Jalerajabi, M. Daneshvar, M. Dehghanian, S. (2011). The use of the order logit model in an investigation of the effective factors on bread waste. Journal of Economic Research
. 46 (3), 111-132. 0039-8969. (In Farsi) From https://jte.ut.ac.ir/article_23966.html
Tyner, WE. (2013). Biofuels and food prices: separating wheat from chaff. Global food security, 2 (2), 126-130.
Valentine, J. Clifton-Brown, J. Hastings, A. Robson, P. Allison, G. Smith, P. (2012). Food vs. fuel: the use of land for lignocellulosic ‘next generation’ energy crops that minimize competition with primary food production. GCB Bioenergy,4 (1),1–19.