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Potential use of vetiver grass for cellulolytic enzyme production and bioethanol production
Abstract Vetiver grass (VG) high cellulose is an abundant lignocellulosic material used in both cellulolytic enzyme and bioethanol production. Appropriate VG size for fungal growth and enzymesExpand
Bioconversion of Mushroom Cultivation Waste Materials into Cellulolytic Enzymes and Bioethanol
Mushroom cultivation waste material (MCWM) was utilized as a lignocellulosic source for cellulolytic enzyme production by Aspergillus tubingensis HS1-5 and bioethanol production. The appreciableExpand
Candida konsanensis sp. nov., a new yeast species isolated from Jasminum adenophyllum in Thailand with potentially carboxymethyl cellulase-producing capability
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The results suggest that isolate KKU-FW10 is a new member of the genus Candida, and the name Candida konsanensis is proposed for this yeast. Expand
Biohydrogen production by a novel thermotolerant photosynthetic bacterium Rhodopseudomonas pentothenatexigens strain KKU-SN1/1
Abstract Thirty-nine purple non-sulfur bacteria (PNSB) were isolated from 162 environmental samples. These isolates of PNSB were tested for their ability to produce biohydrogen (Bio-H2) at 40 °C andExpand
Isolation and Characterization of Novel Yeasts From Dairy Cattle Rumen for Potential Use as Feed Additives 
The aims of this study were to screen and isolate yeast which is producing high biomass and cellulase enzyme from rumen fluid. Two fistulated Thai crossbred Holstein Friesian steers, averaging 350Expand
Isolation and Characterization of Yeasts from Rumen Fluids for Potential Use as Additives in Ruminant Feeding
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It is hypothesized that yeast in the rumen produces a large amount of biomass and could release cellulase enzymes to break down fiber content in ruminants and measure the efficiency of biomass production and cellulase activity. Expand
Isolation and Characterization of Novel Yeasts from Rumen Fluids for Potential Use as Additives for Ruminant Feeding
We hypothesized that rumen fluid with yeast producing cellulase enzyme can occur and also produces a high biomass compared to S. cerevisiae. Therefore, the aim of this study was to screen and isolateExpand