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Table 1 Summary of wheat straw components degradation, digestibility, and sugar yields after biopretreatment processes

From: Differential proteomic analysis of the secretome of Irpex lacteus and other white-rot fungi during wheat straw pretreatment

   Loss (% initial content) Digestibility (%) Sugar yields (%)
  Days CEL HEM LIG CEL HEM GLU XYL
I. lacteus 7 9±0 13±7 11±0 28±4 32±8 24±2 28±7
I. lacteus 14 17±1 13±4 27±1 56±6 71±5 46±1 61±1
I. lacteus 21 21±2 23±2 36±1 78±4 78±2 62±2 61±4
I. lacteus + Mn 2+ 21 18±1 45±6 38±1 82±3 99±8 68±2 55±6
P. chrysosporium 21 35±0 70±24 0±0 15±0 22±0 9±0 7±6
P. ostreatus 21 22±1 52±13 27±1 55±3 52±8 42±3 30±9
Control* 21 0±0 0±0 0±0 36±6 35±5 36±6 35±5
  1. Cellulose (CEL), hemicellulose (HEM), and lignin (LIG) losses from wheat straw pretreatment (SSF cultures) with I. lacteus (different times and Mn2+ supplementation), P. chrysosporium and P. ostreatus are depicted. Cellulose and hemicellulose digestibilities (from sugar release referred to the biotreated material) and glucose (GLU) and xylose (XYL) recoveries (as fermentable sugars referred to the initial straw) are also shown. From Salvachúa et al. [3, 7].
  2. *Non-biopretreated wheat straw.