Chemical characterization and in vitro fermentation of Brassica straw treated with the aerobic fungus, Trametes versicolor

@inproceedings{RamirezBribiesca2011ChemicalCA,
  title={Chemical characterization and in vitro fermentation of Brassica straw treated with the aerobic fungus, Trametes versicolor},
  author={Jacinto Efr{\'e}n Ramirez-Bribiesca and Yaosheng Wang and Liping Jin and Thomas Canam and Jennifer R. Town and Adrian Tsang and Tim J Dumonceaux and Ian Mcallister},
  year={2011}
}
2m L g � 1 of 5 N NaOH. Concentrations of total volatile fatty acids after 24 and 48h were lower (PB0.05) in incubations that contained BNS treated with T. versicolor as compared with C-BNSor NaOH-treated BNS. Compared with C-BNS, in vitrodry matter disappearance and gas production were increased (P B0.05) by NaOH, but not by treatment with either strain of T. versicolor. Although treatment with T. versicolor did release more lignin degradation products, it did not appear to provide more… CONTINUE READING

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