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Fig. 1 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

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From: Mimicking lichens: incorporation of yeast strains together with sucrose-secreting cyanobacteria improves survival, growth, ROS removal, and lipid production in a stable mutualistic co-culture production platform

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Axenic growth of different yeast strains. ac Effect of medium components on monoculture of yeasts; “BG” indicates BG-11 added with 2 g/L sucrose, 4 mM ammonium chloride, 1 mM IPTG, and 100 mM NaCl; “BG + YNB w/o aa” indicates “BG” supplied with YNB w/o aa; “BG + YE” indicates “BG” supplied with YE. df Effect of glucose/sucrose and light/dark on monoculture of yeasts; Medium used here was BG-11[co] supplied with 2 g/L sucrose or 2 g/L glucose, as indicated in the legends. gi Effect of sucrose concentration on monoculture of yeasts; Medium used here was BG-11[co] supplied with various concentration of sucrose, as indicated in the legends. jl Effect of NaCl concentration on monoculture of yeasts. Medium here was BG-11[co] supplied with 2 g/L sucrose, but with adjusted NaCl concentration in each condition. a, d, g, j for C. curvatus; b, e, h, k for R. glutinis; c, f, i, l for S. cerevisiae. Light condition was used if no specific statement. All data are averages of biological triplicates ± standard deviation

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