Sugima Rugsaseel

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When 120 mg glucose/ml was used as a carbon source, in shake culture Aspergillus niger Yang no. 2 maximally produced only 15.4 mg citric acid/ml but accumulated 3.0 mg extracellular polysaccharide/ml. The polysaccharide secreted by mycelia of Yang no. 2 in shake culture was confirmed to be an amylose-like α-1,4-glucan by hydrolysis analysis with acid,(More)
Many mutant strains showing resistance to 2-deoxy-d-glucose (DG) on minimal medium containing glycerol as a carbon source were induced from Aspergillus niger WU-2223L, a citric acid-producing strain. The mutant strains were classifiable into two types according to their growth characteristics. On the agar plates containing glucose as a sole carbon source,(More)
Mutants having impaired protein synthesis, that is cycloheximide-sensitive mutants of a citric-acid-hyper-accumulating strain, were induced from Aspergillus niger WU-2223L. Selection was on the basis of a presumption that the mutants should be more sensitive to cycloheximide than WU-2223L. In shake culture without methanol as a promotor substance, seven(More)
In the uncontaminated farm soil, more than 80% of the supplemented acenaphthene, fluoranthene, and pyrene (100 mg/100 g soil) decreased in 90 days, while ratio of removal was about 20%, 30%, and 0%, respectively, in the Kuwaiti oil-contaminated soil. Simultaneous addition of naphthalene, phenanthrene, and anthrathene (100 mg of each compound/100 g soil) led(More)
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