Roles of two white-rot basidiomycete fungi in decolorisation and detoxification of olive mill waste water

  title={Roles of two white-rot basidiomycete fungi in decolorisation and detoxification of olive mill waste water},
  author={Mavis Kissi and Mohammed Mountadar and Omar Assobhei and E. Gargiulo and Gianna Palmieri and Paola Giardina and Giovanni Sannia},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
Abstract. A Phanerochaete chrysosporium strain was isolated from Moroccan olive mill waste water (OMW) and its ability to degrade OMW in different culture conditions was investigated and compared to that of Pleurotus ostreatus. The results indicated that Ph. chrysosporium isolate is more efficient than Pl. ostreatus in decolorising and detoxifying OMW in the presence of added nutrients. Ph. chrysosporium is able to remove more than 50% of the colour and phenols from OMW within 6 days of… Expand
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