Conversion of Ammonia-Pretreated Switchgrass to Biofuel Precursors by Bacterial-Fungal Consortia Under Solid-State and Submerged-State Cultivation
The results show that the state of cultivation, solid-state or submerged-state, affects the community structure as well as enzyme activities produced by these bacterial-fungal consortia. The enzyme mixture produced by the bacterial-fungal consortia released higher amount of xylose than glucose during saccharification of DSG.
Jain, A., Bediako, S.H., Baughman, W.H., & Henson, J.M. (2017).Conversion of ammonia-pretreated switchgrass to biofuel precursors by bacterial-fungal consortia under solid-state and submerged-state cultivation. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 122(4), 953-963. doi: 10.1111/jam.13295