Fungus offers clues to cost-effective biomass-to-fuel conversion

06/10/2013 | WFTV-TV (Orlando, Fla.)

A fungus found in certain animals could provide clues to more cost-effective production of biomass-based fuels, according to an initial analysis by Oklahoma State University researchers. The fungus efficiently digests a variety of noncrop plant materials, making it a promising candidate for biomass-to-fuel processes, the scientists said.

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