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Preparation of fungal starter culture in liquid fluidized bed reactor


, : Preparation of fungal starter culture in liquid fluidized bed reactor. Biotechnology Techniques 1(3): 175-180

Pregerminated Trichoderma reesei (Rut C-30) spores were grown on corncob particles in a liquid fluidized bed reactor (LFBR). Hyphal mass covered particles were recovered from the top of the reactor in 24 h and used as starters for the solid substrate fermentation. The starter from LFBR gave better biomass production than spore or mycelial inoculum.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00227556

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