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Figure 6 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Figure 6

From: Tween 40 pretreatment of unwashed water-insoluble solids of reed straw and corn stover pretreated with liquid hot water to obtain high concentrations of bioethanol

Figure 6

Effects of recycling frequency of residual liquid after Tween 40 pretreatment on ethanol concentration. Cellulase loading of 25 FPU/g oven-dried WIS was used in fed-batch S-SSF process, and other conditions were the same as that in FigureĀ 5. S-SSF, semi-simultaneous saccharification and fermentation; WIS, water-insoluble solids.

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