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SOLID STATE FERMENTATION OF LACCASE FROM NEW PULSE HUSKS: PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND BIOPROCESS STUDY

@inproceedings{Prasad2011SOLIDSF,
  title={SOLID STATE FERMENTATION OF LACCASE FROM NEW PULSE HUSKS: PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND BIOPROCESS STUDY},
  author={K. Krishna Prasad and Subba Rao Chaganti and Srinivasula Reddy Venkata Mohan and P. N. Sarma},
  year={2011}
}
A comparative study was done for feasibility of pulse husk waste (Green gram husk (GgH), Black gram husk (BgH), Bengal gram husk (BegH) and Red gram husk (RgH)) as substrates for laccase production by Pleurotus ostreatus 1804 under solid state fermentation. Various process parameters like incubation time, pH of the culture, initial moisture content, particle size, inoculum size, substrate loading, and effect of inducer (2,5-xylidene) on laccase production were investigated. To characterize the… Expand
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