Klaudia Kersting

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Plants convert sunlight to biomass, which is primarily composed of lignocellulose, the most abundant natural biopolymer and a potential feedstock for fuel and chemical production. Cellulose assimilation has so far only been described for heterotrophic organisms that rely on photosynthetically active primary producers of organic compounds. Among phototrophs,(More)
Background During cultivation cells undergo a tremendous change in their metabolism when shifting from one state to another or when parameters are changed. To understand the changes in intracellular metabolite concentrations and their impact on cell performance we used a systematic approach. By employing the chemostat mode at different steady state(More)
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