Production Of Protease From Rice Mill Wastes By Aspergillus Niger Using Solid State Fermentation | 4754
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Production of protease from rice mill wastes by Aspergillus niger using solid state fermentation

3rd World Congress on Biotechnology

T. Mohammad Munawar and A.V.N Swamy

Posters: Agrotechnol

DOI: 10.4172/2155-952X.S1.020

The production of enzymes by bioprocesses is a good value added to agro industry residues. A comparative study was carried out on the production of protease using different varieties of Rice brokens (BPT-5204,CR-1009,RNR-10754,NLR-145) from Rice mill wastes as substrates in solid-state fermentation (SSF) by Aspergillus niger. Among the all tested varieties of rice broken NLR-145 produced the highest activity as 0.379μg/ml while RNR-10754 produced lowest protease as 0.159μg/ml under solid state fermentation conditions. The optimized conditions for producing maximum yield of protease were incubation at 30 ? C, 72 h and pH 6.The protease production from waste treatment could be commercially used in detergents and leather industry.
T. Mohammad Munawar completed his M.Tech from Osmania University. He is working as lecturer in JNTUA College of Engineering, Pulivendula, India. He has published 3 International papers in reputed journals.