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TableĀ 2 Dry matter (DM), volatile solids (VS) and chemical composition of the lignocellulosic materials used as substrates in anaerobic reactions

From: The use of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases in anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic materials

(% w/w)
(% w/w)
Chemical compositona [% (w/w) of dry matter]
ArabinoseGalactoseGlucoseXyloseMannoseTotal ligninTotal carbohydrates
LRR birchb94.593.
  1. aValues represent sugars in their dehydrated polymeric form
  2. bLignin-rich residue recovered as insoluble fraction at the end of a 48-h enzymatic hydrolysis of steam-explosion birch with Cellic Ctec2
  3. cThe ratio of syringylpropane to guaiacylpropane (S/G ratio) was determined to be 2.8 and 5.8 for birch and LRR birch, respectively. For spruce only G could be quantified