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Fig. 3 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 3

From: Transcriptomic characterization of Caecomyces churrovis: a novel, non-rhizoid-forming lignocellulolytic anaerobic fungus

Fig. 3

C. churrovis grows faster on soluble substrates than crude biomass. When grown on simple sugars, C. churrovis yielded the largest effective net-specific growth rates and the greatest overall production of fermentation gases (shown as maximum accumulated pressure). On biomass substrates, effective net-specific growth rates were smaller, with a reduction in the total pressure generated from fermentation gases. Error bars represent standard deviation of three biological replicates in each case

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