Effect of Different Factors on Fermentative Production of Enzymes by Fungi

@inproceedings{Norouzian2009EffectOD,
  title={Effect of Different Factors on Fermentative Production of Enzymes by Fungi},
  author={Dariush Norouzian},
  year={2009}
}
Fungi are exploited to produce extracellular enzymes which are of prime importance in academia, industrial biotechnology and ultimately commerce. To produce and exploit enzymes during the fermentation processes by fungi, various factors can affect productivity. The environment provided to the fungi for such tasks should be friendly, and henceforth, the environment where the fungi are to be cultivated must provide uniform distribution of nutrients, maintenance of optima hydrogen ion… CONTINUE READING

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