The optimum ethanol fermentation conditions were determined through an orthogonal design to include a cellulase
concentration of 100 U/g, a yeast extract concentration of 15 g/L, and a KH2PO4 concentration of 1.
Silage additives such as bacteria inoculants and cellulase
enzymes have played an important role in improving silage quality and nutrient digestibility .
The work reported in this article was carried to study characterization of cellulase
of Trichoderma viride.
Therefore, it is possible to produce large quantities of cellulase
using materials like lignocellulosic residues, which have much lower costs and would allow for large economically viable bioconversions (Chandra, Kalra, Sharma, Kumar, & Sangwan, 2010)
Supplementation of 2% OPFP treated with 20 U xylanase, 20 U cellulase
, and 10 U cellulase
/10 U xylanase increased the EPS production by strain SLC 13.
Aerobic microorganisms usually use the free cellulase
mechanism (noncomplexed cellulase
systems) to digest cellulose; for example the fungi, Trichoderma reesei, Humicola insolens and Phanerochaete chrysosporium, and bacteria belonging to the genera Cellulomonas, Thermobifida, and Bacillus, always produce individual cellulases
, including endoglucanase, exoglucanase, and a-glucosidase (Lynd et al.
For example, following detection of a cellulase
in the mud crab Scylla serrata (Forsskal.
Key words: Aeromonas sp, 16SrDNA, Cellulase
, RSM Labeo rhoita
The Pathway Technology combination of cellulase
enzyme and Cellunator high-shear milling equipment produces up to 2.
is an enzyme complex which breaks down cellulose to beta-glucose .
which are responsible for the production of cellulase
(the enzyme which digests the fiber cellulose) are snipped off and transferred to another microbe, E.
As in the human body, there is no cellulase
, which helps to decompose cellulose; it degrades very slowly, but after some time it is resorbed.