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Isolation, purification and characterization of carboxymethyl cellulase (CMCase) from endophytic Fusarium oxysporum producing podophyllotoxin
Endophytic fungus Fusarium oxysporum is a rich source of cellulases. In the present study, the highest activity was reported at 28 ° C, pH 5.6 with 2% Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) as carbon source.Expand
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A Review on Biodegradation of Polythene: The Microbial Approach
The use of polythene is increasing day by day and its degradation is becoming a great challenge. Annually about 500 billion to 1 trillion polythene carry bags are being consumed around the globe.Expand
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Cultivation , distribution , taxonomy , chemical composition and medical importance of Crocus sativus
Crocus sativus L. is one of the most important plant belongs to family Iridaceae. It is having various medicinal potential, and is widely being used in food industries. In Jammu and Kashmir State,Expand
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Potential of fungi isolated from the dumping sites mangrove rhizosphere soil to degrade polythene
Polythene is the most widely used plastic around the globe. Among the total plastic waste generated, polythene contributes the maximum share (64%). Various strategies/methods are being utilized toExpand
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Bacteria-based polythene degradation products: GC-MS analysis and toxicity testing
Polythene degradation leads to the production of various by-products depending upon the type of degradation process. The polythene degradation products (PEDP) in the culture supernatant of the twoExpand
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Rhizosphere of Avicennia marina (Forsk.) Vierh. as a landmark for polythene degrading bacteria
Due to high durability, cheap cost, and ease of manufacture, 311 million tons of plastic-based products are manufactured around the globe per annum. The slow/least rate of plastic degradation leadsExpand
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Case Studies and Recent Update of Plastic Waste Degradation
Every year around 100 million tons of plastic waste gets accumulated in the environment globally and is increasing at an alarming rate. Plastic waste leads to death of various marine and terrestrialExpand
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Gas chromatography-Mass Spectra analysis and deleterious potential of fungal based polythene-degradation products
Polythene-degradation products (PE-DPs) produced due to two most efficient polythene degrading fungal isolates (Aspergillus terreus strain MANF1/WL and Aspergillus sydowii strain PNPF15/TS) after 60Expand
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Analysis of the Plastic Degradation Products
After the degradation of the plastic using various means, the most important part is to know the by-products produced due to the action of the microbes employed for the degradation of the plastic.Expand
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Bacteria as Key Players of Plastic Bioremediation
Among all the microbes reported to degrade plastic, bacteria are the fast-growing key players with potential to degrade plastic waste. Like fungi and other microbes, plastic-degrading bacteria tooExpand
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