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Fermentation of glucose/xylose mixtures using Pichia stipitis



Fermentation of glucose/xylose mixtures using Pichia stipitis



Process Biochemistry 41(11): 2333-2336



Different synthetic glucose/xylose mixtures (60 g/L total sugar) were fermented into ethanol using P. stipitis CBS 6054. Glucose was the preferred substrate in the glucose/xylose mixtures. The high glucose fractions had higher cell biomass production rate and therefore higher substrate consumption rate and ethanol production rate compared to high xylose fractions.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.procbio.2006.05.004


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