Vol. 3, No. 6, p. 279-284 - Dec. 31, 2016
Production of xylanase under solid state fermentation using different agricultural and horticultural residue by Myceliopthora thermophila SH1 (Ascomycota: Chaetomiaceae)
Nivedita Sharma , Shruti Pathania and Shweta Handa
An abundant amount of agricultural/horticultural waste were generated from agricultural and industrial processing. However, such wastes usually have a composition rich in sugars, minerals and proteins, and therefore, they should not be considered "wastes" but raw materials for other industrial processes. The purpose of the present work was to optimize the xylanase production by Myceliopthora thermophila SH1 (Ascomycota: Chaetomiaceae) an alkalothermophilic strain isolated from hot spring of Himachal Pradesh under solid state fermentation using different agricultural wastes/horticultural waste as a substrate by enrichment with basal salt medium at temperature 45 oC after incubating it for 7 days. The highest level of enzymes was produced using rice bran, orange pulp, sugarcane bagasse, wheat straw, wheat bran, apple pomace as a substrate. The secreted extracellular enzyme presented a property that matches the requirement in industrial environment.
Agricultural residue; Horticultural waste; Xylanase; M. thermophila SH1; SSF.
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