Can we get fuel from mushrooms like we get it from algae?



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    Scientists are analyzing the potential to ‘copy’ mushroom DNA and produce enzymes that convert organic matter to sugars for use much like ethanol and other fuel types.  Algae use for fuel is based on it’s capability store carbon dioxide.  Therefore when the algae-biofuel is burned it will release the carbon dioxide to the air much in the same way that gasoline does; The benefit of using algae and other biofuels is that they do not require more pollution to create them (unlike mining oil, gas, minerals…), even though they still release similar pollutants through combustion.

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