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Production and cross synergistic action of cellulolytic enzymes from certain fungal mutants grown on cotton and straw



Production and cross synergistic action of cellulolytic enzymes from certain fungal mutants grown on cotton and straw



Biotechnology Letters 7(5): 369-372



Significant levels of cellulase and .beta.-glucosidase, capable of saccharifying cotton fiber and wheat straw cellulose, were excreted by the selected mutants (Aspergillus ustus M35 and Trichoderma harzianum M5 grown on thse cellulosic materials. Cross-synergism was observed between the cellulolytic system of certain fungi upon hydrolysis of cotton. A maximum enhancement of 28.2% in the saccharification rate of cotton was obtained when this material was incubated with Alternaria alternata M7 and A. ugtus M55 culture fluids mixed in certain proportions.

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