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Fig. 1 | Bioresources and Bioprocessing

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From: Application of response surface methodology to improve the production of antimicrobial biosurfactants by Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. tolerans N2 using sugar cane molasses as substrate

Fig. 1

3-D response surface plots showing the interactive effect of two factors on a selected response while keeping the third factor fixed at its central value. a Yield of biosurfactants as function of temperature and molasses concentration; b surface tension as function of temperature and molasses concentration; c inhibition diameter as function of temperature and molasses concentration; d surface tension as function of temperature and peptone concentration; e inhibition diameter as function of temperature and peptone concentration; f yield as function of temperature and peptone concentration

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