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Pequizeiro (Caryocar brasiliense Camb) fruits have been evaluated as a potential raw material for the newly established biodiesel industry. This scenario demands applications using the solid co-product derived from the extraction of pequi oil, called cake or meal. This study analyses the acid hydrolysis of carbohydrates present in the pequi meal in order to obtain fermentable sugars and evaluates their conversion to bioethanol. There was 27% starch in the pequi meal. The use of a CCRDdoi:10.1590/s0104-66322011000100002 fatcat:fzdqskew6bhpjkms5c6an4gthu