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By Saul L. Neidleman (ed.), Allen I. Laskin (ed.)

Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this booklet covers such subject matters as environmental evaluate of biotechnological strategies and microbial adjustments of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.

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1945). Only one report mentioned the use of trays for large-scale cultivation, but details are not available because it is in the form of a patent (Minagawa and Hamaishi, 1962). , 1960). I. AUTOCLAVING The moist solid medium requires cooking for physical modification of solid particles, softening and partial hydrolysis of starches and proteins present in the solids, as well as sterilization for killing the contaminant microbial cells and spores. , 1985). Negligible work on this subject was carried out in the case of a-amylase production by bacterial cultures in the SSF technique, and consequently parameters were either selected arbitrarily or based on practice followed in fungal SSF processes.

Kurstaki (HD-1) Factors affecting enzyme production Evaluation against enzyme produced under SmF conditions in starch hydrolysis Achieving yields that are unattainable in SmF Enzyme system with three peaks for pH optima Continuation of the search for enzyme with better thcrmostability Kecovery of enzyme from bacterial bran 1945 1954 1960 1961 1962 1964 1976 1980 1gn:! 1087 1987 1987 i9nH Keference Underkofler et al. (1939) Beckord et al. (1945) Lulla and Subrahmanyan (1954) Feniksova et al. , Ltd.

1961; Park and Rivera, 1982; Tobey and Yousten, 1976). 17) was employed by Lulla and Subrahmanyan (1954). , R. K. LONSANE AND M. V. , 1961), or nutrient sporulation broth containing 8 g/liter DIFCO nutrient broth with 7 x M CaC12, 5 X M MnC12, and 1 x M MgClz (Tobey and Yousten, 1976). No noticeable effect on the production of the enzyme was reported by Feniksova et al. (1960) with the use of tap water or buffer as the moistening agent. In addition, the use of phosphate buffer was reported to complicate the subsequent purification of the enzyme because of the introduction of the salts in the system in the form of buffers.

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