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Fig. 5 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 5

From: Facilely reducing recalcitrance of lignocellulosic biomass by a newly developed ethylamine-based deep eutectic solvent for biobutanol fermentation

Fig. 5

Biobutanol production from hydrolysates of corncob and glucose as carbon sources. a Hydrolysate of Cycle VI, b control I (54 g L−1 glucose), c hydrolysate of Cycle VITween80, d control II (59 g L−1 glucose). ( ): total sugars; ( ): glucose; ( ): xylose; ( ): arabinose; ( ): total solvents; ( ): butanol; ( ): ethanol; ( ): acetone. Shadow refers to standard deviation, and all fermentations were performed in triplicate

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