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Fig. 9 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 9

From: Biomass accessibility analysis using electron tomography

Fig. 9

Surface accessibility functions. After computing a surface using a biomass segmentation, the aCRT is interpolated to compute, for each point on the biomass surface, the maximum radius of a spherical probe that could contact the surface at that point. A 2.2-nm range of interaction was used for all of the computations. Shown here is a representative region of each dataset, with coloring given by the surface accessibility value. The subregions shown correspond to the interior regions indicated in Fig. 2. Gray surfaces denote internal biomass regions and do not represent actual biomass surface

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