alexa Saccharification and hydrolytic protein production

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Saccharification and hydrolytic protein production

The saccharification of agriculture wastes by Bacilli mammal genus in solid state fermentation (SSF), to report AN investigation and comparative analysis among Trichoderma sp. for the saccharification of 4 alkali-pretreated agricultural residues and production of hydrolytic enzymes, carboxymethyl cellulase (CMCase), filter paperase (FPase), pectinase (PGase) and xylanase (Xylase) in SSF. The optimisation of the physiological conditions of production of hydrolytic enzymes and saccharification content from Trichoderma virens victimization alkali-pretreated wheat bran.

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