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Studies on the isolation and identification rumen fungi, characterization of cellulolytic fungal enzymes, and its industrial utilization: VI. Studies on the identification of ruminal anaerobic fungi (KNGFS group) isolated from Korean native goat



Studies on the isolation and identification rumen fungi, characterization of cellulolytic fungal enzymes, and its industrial utilization: VI. Studies on the identification of ruminal anaerobic fungi (KNGFS group) isolated from Korean native goat



Korean Journal of Animal Nutrition and Feedstuffs 19(6): 525-534



Eight anaerobic fungal strains isolated from the rumen of Korean native goat were grown on filter paper, alfalfa leaf and rice straw, and monitored over a 3-day periods for the identification of a ultramorphology using scanning electron microscopy. The results obtained from current experiment are as follows 1. Three of the fungal isolates(KNGFS -5, -15 and -29) showed polycentric growth patterns whereas remainders(KNGFS -1, -3, -6 and -17) showed monocentric growth pattern. 2.

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