The efficient and complete conversion of lignocellulosic hydrolysates to ethanol as a resultof fermentation processes makes possible the production of a bio-fuel competitive with petroleum.Traditional organisms used in ethanol fermentation, e.g. Saccharomyces cerevisise and Zymomonas mobilis, are unable to ferment pentose sugars. To overcome this problem genetic modifications of S. cerevisiae, Z. mobilis and E. coU were performed in order to produce ethanol directlyfrom xylose and arabinose. The performance of the recombinant strains is encouraging: especiallyover the last 3 years the progress has been rapid. There is a possibility that strains of thesethree species may find a separate application in the fermentation of specific plemt biomasses.
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