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- Haney, Lisa J.; Coors, James G.; Lorenz, Aaron J.; Raman, D. Raj; Anex, Robert P.; Scott, M. Paul
- Biotechnology for biofuels 2008 v.1 no.17
- corn stover, etc ; glucose; carbohydrate metabolism; biomass; hydrolysis; lignocellulose; biofuels; methodology; fermentation; fluorescence; enzymatic hydrolysis; enzymes; Escherichia coli; strains; hexoses; pentoses; green fluorescent protein; turbidity; microbial growth; yields; indicator species; varieties; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... The availability and low cost of lignocellulosic biomass has caused tremendous interest in the bioconversion of this feedstock into liquid fuels. One measure of the economic viability of the bioconversion process is the ease with which a particular feedstock is hydrolyzed and fermented. Because monitoring the analytes in hydrolysis and fermentation experiments is time consuming, the objective of t ...
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