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Fig. 10 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 10

From: A high solids field-to-fuel research pipeline to identify interactions between feedstocks and biofuel production

Fig. 10

Saccharomyces cerevisiae grown in drought year (2012) switchgrass hydrolysates showed significantly reduced or delayed CO2 production compared to when it was grown in 2010 switchgrass hydrolysates from a year with normal precipitation. Each graph represents a separate batch of hydrolysate and each column represents paired replicates that were fermented in the same respirometer experiment

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