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The new ISP design conserves power by not processing each pixel value, operating all processing stages or sampling every frame.
Having previously identified and isolated the gene for FMT, the researchers introduced the nucleic acid sequence into poplar tissue. The enzyme produced lignin rich in monolignol ferulates, including coniferyl ferulate and sinapyl ferulate. The transformed lignin thus contained ester bonds that cleaved under relatively mild ammonia conditions.
The poplar cells were modified using standard genetic techniques.
The method, called HDA (Hydrolysis-Dehydration-Aldol condensation), streamlines several conversion processes into a single step. First, a ketone (like acetone) is used as a solvent with lithium bromide or other halide salt, water and acid. The mixture is reacted with biomass under mild conditions to yield furfural-/HMF-ketone adducts.
The adducts then may be converted into hydrocarbons by standard hydrodeoxygenation methods.