|"Different pH, ranging from 4 to 8 and temperatures ranging from 20-40Â°C also affected the decolorization efficiency of the tested fungal strain. However, optimum pH and temperature was found to be 5 and 30Â°C respectively. There was an influence of carbon source on decolorization, as the fungus showed considerable variation in decolorization activity in various carbon supplemented medium. The fungal strain showed maximum decolorization activity with glucose (90.57 Â± 0.33%), followed by fructose (87.22 Â± 0.22%) and sucrose (74.06 Â± 0.55%). Therefore, bioaugmentation is also an excellent approach for dye degradation from the effluent and it might be a practical alternative in the dyeing wastewater treatment.
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