Jatropha caracas

Bio Fuel Trees

Bio Fuel Trees

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In the last decades there are more attention of the seriousness of pollution of excessive use of fossil fuels, which causes a lot of environmental hazards , now there are direction to production of new types of  bio fuel less harmful to the environment.

Produce bio fuel from agricultural oils as a fuel in diesel engines has been proposed as an alternative to diesel from fossil resources. Vegetable oils are produced from numerous oil seed crops, like jojoba and Jatropha trees.

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 jojoba oil appears to be promising scope for cultivation in arid and semi-arid areas, The chemical structure of jojoba oil allows its use as a constituent in many lubricating oil formulation.