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Candida konsanensis sp. nov., a new yeast species isolated from Jasminum adenophyllum in Thailand with potentially carboxymethyl cellulase-producing capability
A new yeast species (KKU-FW10) belonging to the Candida genus was isolated from Jasminum adenophyllum in the Plant Genetic Conservation Project under The Royal Initiative of Her Royal HighnessExpand
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Molecular hydrogen production by a thermotolerant Rubrivivax gelatinosus using raw cassava starch as an electron donor
Thirteen strains of phototrophic purple non-sulfur bacteria selected from 226 isolates showed the ability to digest raw cassava starch at elevated temperature, 40°C, under illuminated anaerobicExpand
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Oligosaccharide synthesis by reversed catalysis using α-amylase from Bacillus licheniformis
Abstract Evidence is provided for the synthesis of hetero-oligosaccharides by Termamyl, the thermotolerant α-amylase from Bacillus licheniformis. In the presence of soluble starch and addedExpand
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Pectinases from Rhizopus sp. efficient in enhancing the hydrolyzation of raw cassava starch: Purification and characterization
Abstract Pectinase from Rhizopus sp. 26R, a fungal strain that capable of raw cassava starch hydrolyzation, showed high efficiency in enhancing the digestion of raw starch from whole cassava tuberExpand
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Production of pectinases from Rhizopus sp. in solid substrates
Abstract Rhizopus sp. 26R that was isolated in Thailand and has the efficiency in hydrolyzing raw cassava starch was also found to have high pectinase activity. The pectinase from Rhizopus sp. 26RExpand
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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
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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
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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
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