Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 24, Issue 4, pp 415–421 | Cite as

Polysaccharides of plant tissue cultures. III. Enzymatic hydrolysis of industrial wastes of the biomass of a ginseng tissue culture

  • E. P. Kukhta
  • I. V. Aleksandrova
  • S. P. Afanas'ev
  • M. A. Lyal'chenko
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Abstract

Questions of the enzymatic hydrolysis of industrial wastes of the biomass of a ginseng tissue culture by Pektofoetidin P10× (I), Tsellyulaza P10× (II), and Tsellokoningin P10× (III) are discussed. The optimum conditions permitting the hydrolysis of the wastes by the following respective percentages have been selected: (I) 62; (II) 43; (III) 54. Subsequent treatment of the wastes with mineral acids raises the total degree of hydrolysis to 84–88%. The monocarbohydrate compositions of the hydrolysates have been studied by chromatographic methods.

Keywords

Xylose Cellulase Arachidonic Acid Enzymatic Hydrolysis Plant Tissue Culture 

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  • E. P. Kukhta
  • I. V. Aleksandrova
  • S. P. Afanas'ev
  • M. A. Lyal'chenko

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