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Mycelium formation by microfungi in culture on lignosulphonates

, : Mycelium formation by microfungi in culture on lignosulphonates. Khimiya Drevesiny (6): 91-93, 128

One strain of each of 5 species of fungi was cultured on Czapek-type liquid media prepared from (i) sulphite liquor and (ii) vinasse after yeast culture (on the sulphite liquor) from the same pulp and paper mill in Lithuania. The highest yields on (i) were obtained with Penicillum sp. (22.5% on DM), Chaetomium sp. (21.4%) and Mortierella sp. (21.0%), the protein contents of the first 2 being 32% and 48% respectively, and on (ii) with Trichoderma sp. (6.5%) containing 46% protein.

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