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Fig. 1 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

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From: Combined genome and transcriptome sequencing to investigate the plant cell wall degrading enzyme system in the thermophilic fungus Malbranchea cinnamomea

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Growth of M. cinnamomea on different carbon sources. a M. cinnamomea grown for 4 days on PDA agar. b Microphotographs of M. cinnamomea FCH 10.5 growing at 50 °C on basal media agar with glucose as the carbon source. Curved fertile hyphae (white arrows) and arthroconidia (black arrows) are visible. c Growth of M. cinnamomea FCH 10.5, and four other filamentous fungi, on cellulose [Avicel, carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC)], cellobiose, plant polysaccharides (beechwood xylan, guar gum, locust bean gum, citrus pectin, inulin, starch) and no carbon (no C). All fungi were grown for 7 days, either at 30 °C (S. commune, P. chrysosporium, A. oryzae) or 50 °C (M. thermophila, M. cinnamomea)

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