Enzymic saccharification of sugar beet pulp.

@article{Moloney1984EnzymicSO,
  title={Enzymic saccharification of sugar beet pulp.},
  author={Anne Moloney and Anne O'Rorke and Phil Considine and Michael P. Coughlan},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={1984},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={
          714-8
        }
}
Culture filtrates of Talaromyces emersonii UCG 208 grown on beet pulp can convert the polysaccharide components of this agricultural waste to soluble sugars. The saccharification process is facilitated if the pulp is milled or incubated with alkali or peracetic acid before addition of enzyme. However, treatment of unmilled pulp with commercial pectinase prior to incubation with Talaromyces filtrate is also very effective; under suitable conditions, complete hydrolysis of total polysaccharides… CONTINUE READING