Waste biorefineries using filamentous ascomycetes fungi: Present status and future prospects.

@article{Ferreira2016WasteBU,
  title={Waste biorefineries using filamentous ascomycetes fungi: Present status and future prospects.},
  author={Jorge Luiz de Almeida Ferreira and Amir Mahboubi and Patrik R Lennartsson and Mohammad J Taherzadeh},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={215},
  pages={334-345}
}
Filamentous ascomycetes fungi have had important roles in natural cycles, and are already used industrially for e.g. supplying of citric, gluconic and itaconic acids as well as many enzymes. Faster human activities result in higher consumption of our resources and producing more wastes. Therefore, these fungi can be explored to use their capabilities to convert back wastes to resources. The present paper reviews the capabilities of these fungi in growing on various residuals, producing… CONTINUE READING

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