BioMed Research International / 2013 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

Lignocellulosic Fermentation of Wild Grass Employing Recombinant Hydrolytic Enzymes and Fermentative Microbes with Effective Bioethanol Recovery

Figure 4

SSF profile of 1% (w/v) wild grass using GH5 cellulase, S. cerevisiae in shake flask. (●) cell OD measured at 600 nm, (▲) ethanol concentration (g·L−1), () reducing sugar (g·L−1), and (○) specific activity (U·mg−1) with time (h). The cultivation conditions were 100 mL working volume in 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask, initial pH 4.3, temperature 30°C, and shaking 120 rpm.

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