The production of glucoamylase by Aspergillus niger
Production of Aspergillus niger
biomass from rice bran, Pak.
gardneriana were highly contaminated with fungi Aspergillus niger
, Aspergillus sp., and Penicillium sp., which are storage fungi that can cause seed damage and compromise their quality, resulting in germination process deterioration and death (Lazarotto et al., 2010).
So, the aim of this study was to investigate the effects of Aspergillus niger
fermentation or protease hydrolysis of cottonseed meal on CP, water-soluble protein (WSP), amino acid (AA) and peptide fractions, and the amino acid digestibility and metabolic energy of fermented CSM and hydrolyzed CSM in white leghorn roosters.
Bar diagram showing distribution of study participants according to fungal organism Fungal organisms isolated from the patients Group 1 Group 2 Aspergillus niger
36.70% 63.30% Aspergillus fumigatus 30% 15% Aspergillus flavus 11.70% 3.30% Candida albicans 6.70% 1.70% Non candida albicans 5% 5% No growth 10% 10% Note: Table made from bar graph.
ATCC 13076 -- -- -- Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 27853 -- -- -- Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 19093 -- -- -- Escherichia coli ATCC 25922 -- -- -- Aspergillus niger
ATCC 6275 -- -- -- Candida albicans ATCC 90028 -- -- -- Average size of inhibition halos (mm) Microorganisms Cinnamon 10% 20% 30% Salmonella sp.
i 3 godz.) stezenia grzybow, odpowiednio, Penicillium chrysogenum i Aspergillus niger
. Przedmiotem badan byly zawiesiny kontrolne (bez fotokatalizatora) i zawierajace rozne stezenia ditlenku tytanu N-Ti[O.sub.2] oraz P 25, ktore poddano dzialaniu sztucznego swiatla slonecznego UV-VIS.
was isolated from nature, the spore suspension was prepared by washing the aerial mycelium with water, and concentration was adjusted up to [10.sup.6] cfu/ml.
So, A5 was the most suitable microorganism for the bioclogging experiments and was identified as Aspergillus niger
In a study on vitrectomy for endogenous fungal endophthalmitis by Shen and Xu , Aspergillus niger
represented 10% of the cases, while Candida albicans was by far the most common organism.
Stout, "Aspergillus niger
: an unusual cause of invasive pulmonary aspergillosis," Journal of Medical Microbiology, vol.