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Assessment of the Viability of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in Response to Synergetic Inhibition During Bioethanol Production
Second-generation biofuels, fuels produced from lignocellulosic materials, including wood, agricultural residues and biomass waste include bioethanol, biodiesel and biogas. These fuel sources have great potential as useful substitutes to conventional fossil fuels. Biomass sources are also non-toxic and biodegradable energy sources that can be produced from a wide range of organic materials resulting in economic and renewable energy source. Pretreatment of lingocellulosic biomass is required todoi:10.18520/cs/v115/i6/1124-1132 fatcat:ymotwkmhwbaadp73freesr7si4