STUDIES ON PRODUCTION OF THERMOSIABLE ALKALINE CELLULASE-FREE XYLANASE BY S. RACLMOSUM COHN. WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USE OF ZEOLITESMEENAKSHI SAPRE, HARIT JHA, M.B. PATL AND J.D.DhakE
Various cultural parameters for submerged cultivation of S. racemosum cohn, for the production of cellulase-free xylanase have been optimized. An inexpensive medium for enzyme production was us(!ti . The strain produced comparable amounts of tylanolytic enzymes to that of other zylanase producing strains. I he enzyme yield was optimal when the medi Urn was inoculated with 4P) h. old inocul UM (2% V/ V) and agitated at 150 rpm for 172 h. Also the xylanase production was enhanced to two fold by the addition of 0.5% zeolite. The Jack of redulase contamination and the thermostability and alkaline nature of the xylanase produced by this microorganism. renders it a suitable strain for ecofriendly %.311,1 bioblea, hing in paper and pulp industrie.
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