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Table 1 Dependence of metabolite production from stirring velocity

From: Metabolic shift towards increased biohydrogen production during dark fermentation in the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix cameroonii G341

   ΔHydrogen [mmol] ΔAcetate [mmol] ΔFormate [mmol] ΔEthanol [mmol] ΔLactate [mmol] ΔSuccinate [mmol] Total [mmol]
250 rpm Ø 2.392 64.154 19.918 6.164 10.589 0.642 103.859
SD 0.393 5.438 0.820 0.249 1.067 0.049 2.860
600 rpm Ø 2.852 52.231 11.706 6.913 5.641 0.232 79.575
SD 0.026 3.243 3.283 3.440 0.136 0.232 3.157
  1. Metabolites are produced during stirred tank reactor fermentation of N. cameroonii G341 with straw as the sole carbon source depending on the stirrer velocities of 250 rpm and 600 rpm. Displayed are the final amount after 6 days (250 rpm) and 10 days (600 rpm) of cultivation. Ø is the mean value of the duplicate and SD the corresponding standard deviation