Foaming and enzyme activity in fungal cultures grown on sugar beet cosette
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Enzyme synthesis, foaming behaviour and its effects were studied using two common cellulolytic fungi;Trichodermareesei andSporotrichum pulverulentum in a medium containing sugar beet cosette as a cellulosic substrate. Cellulase enzyme activities in the culture broth were found to be higher than the enzyme activities in natural and experimentally forced foam layers.
KeywordsEnzyme Sugar Enzyme Activity Foam Cellulase
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