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Cellulase biosynthesis and hydrolysis of cellulosic substances

  • T. K. Ghose
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Biochemical Engineering book series (ABE, volume 6)

Keywords

Rice Straw Cellulase Enzyme Cellulosic Substance Native Cellulose Trichoderma Viride 
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Nomenclature

a

αbK Zmax/k n [Eq. (3)]

b

np [Eq. (3)],

C

concentration of product, ML−3

D

Diffusion coefficient according to Fick's second law

E

specific enzyme concentration [Eq. (2)], L−3

E

enzyme concentration [Eq. (12)], ML−3

(E)0

initial enzyme concentration, L−3

(G2)

cellobiose in polymerized form (insoluble)

G2

cellobiose in soluble form

k

proportionality constant, [Eq. (2)] dimensionless

k, k2, k3

reaction rate constant, T−1 k−3

K, K1, K3

equilibrium constant, dimensionless

Km

Michaelis constant, ML−3

Kp

equilibrium constant for cellobiose and glucose, dimensionless

M

mass uptake at boundary, ML−2

n

number of corepressor molecule bound with one repressor molecule, dimensionsless

p

empirical exponent [Eq. (2)], dimensionless

p

product concentration [Eq. (4)], ML−3

(P)

product concentration, ML−3

S

substrate concentration, ML

(S)0

initial substrate concentration, ML−3

t

time, T−1

v

rate of reaction or product formation, T−1

V

maximum rate of product formation, T−1

V0

initial rate of reaction, T−1

X

cell mass concentration, ML−3

x

distance normal to reaction surface, L

X1

amount of enzyme adsorbed per unit mass of substrate, dimensionless

X1 m

saturation amount of enzyme adsorbed per unit mass of substrate, dimensionless

X2

amount of product formed per unit mass of substrate, dimensionless

Y

yield coefficient, dimensionless

Zmax

maximum value of AE/AX, dimensionless

α

ratio of free operator to total operator

αb

α value when corepressor concentration is maximum

ε

specific enzyme synthesis rate, T−1

ν

specific uptake rate of carbon source, T−1

μ

specific growth rate, T−1

μm

maximum specific growth rate at given pH and temperature, T−1

(μm)pH

μm as function of pH at given temperature, T−1

μm0

maximum (μm)PH at given temperature, T−1

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  • T. K. Ghose
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  1. 1.Biochemical Engineering Research CentreIndian Institute of TechnologyNew DelhiIndia

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