Enzymes included cellulase
(15000 U/g; Fine Chemical Research Institute, Tianjin City, China), saccharifying enzyme (100000 U/g; Beijing Aoboxing Biotechnology, LLC), phytase (5000 U/g), and pectinase (10000 U/g; Shandong Sukahan Bio-technology Co.
However, there is very limited information available on sorghum silage fermentation and in vitro methane production when treated with microbiological additives and cellulase
enzyme in the tropics.
The results indicate that Trichoderma viride produces three cellulase
2010), in the face of the abundance of residual lignocellulosic material available in nature (Sanchez, 2009), and based on the need to obtain ideal conditions for the SSF process using the strain, the study aims to define the most influential factors on cellulase
production from Penicillium oxalicum F-3380, isolated from a leaf-cutting ant nest belonging to the species Acromyrmex balzani, using sugarcane bagasse SB and lignocellulosic sorghum LS as substrates.
The results of enzymatic treatments of OPFP showed that treatment with 20 U xylanase, 20 U cellulase
, and 10 U cellulase
+ 10 U xylanase all significantly improved the EPS yield (Table 3).
The two common strategies to get ideal cellulases
are; (1) molecular evolution of cellulase
through DNA shuffling.
Growth performance increased with the addition of cellulose, and cellulase
activity was detected mainly in the foregut and hepatopancreas of individuals at a constant level.
The present study was designed for isolation and identification of cellulase
producing bacteria from fish gut contents following optimization of medium using response surface methodology.
The present study was conducted based on objectives of isolation of cellulase
producing bacteria from the termites gut.
Using the transgenically-produced enzyme technology, the appropriate cellulase
and beta-galactomannanase enzymes in prescribed doses, all it takes is to mix the enzyme powder with the copra meal in the usual dry form-with the enzymes doing their work when the animal eats the feed, releasing more nutrients from copra meal than can ever be achieved by fermentation; no ancillary equipment needed, and at lesser cost.
Value-addition of agricultural wastes for augmented cellulase
and xylanase production through solid-state tray fermentation employing mixed-culture of fungi.
and [beta]-glucosidase are important enzymes related to the carbon (C) cycle, because cellulose is one of the most abundant organic compounds in the biosphere (Falkowski et al.