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During lignocellulosic hydrolysis, a large variety of polyaromatic and phenolic compounds are released due to lignin and sugar degradation. They are toxic to fermenting microorganisms even more than furan limiting the microbial growth. They cause a partition and disturb the membranes in turn affecting their ability to serve as selective barriers and enzyme matrices affecting the cell growth and sugar assimilation. In the present study, bioethanol production from alkaline hydrogen peroxidefatcat:u2nhav37m5ht5md7me3aofwrfu