Functional characteristics and diversity of a novel lignocelluloses degrading composite microbial system with high xylanase activity.

@article{Guo2010FunctionalCA,
  title={Functional characteristics and diversity of a novel lignocelluloses degrading composite microbial system with high xylanase activity.},
  author={Peng Guo and Wanbin Zhu and Hui Wang and Y{\"u}cai L{\"u} and Xiaofen Wang and Dan Zheng and Zongjun Cui},
  journal={Journal of microbiology and biotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={
          254-64
        }
}
To obtain an efficient natural lignocellulolytic complex enzyme, we screened an efficient lignocellulose degrading composite microbial system (XDC-2) from composted agricultural and animal wastes amended soil following a long-term directed acclimation. The XDC-2 could not only degrade natural lignocelluloses, but could also secret extracellular xylanase efficiently in liquid culture under static conditions at room temperature. The XDC-2 degraded rice straw by 60.3% after fermentation for 15… CONTINUE READING

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