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Production of Cellulolytic Enzymes by Anaerobic Fungi Cultivated in Different Conditions
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD ENGINEERING, v.5, n.3, 2009
BRAVO-MARTINS, Claudia Eugenia Castro
CASTRO-GOMEZ, Raul Jorge Hernan
SARROUH, Boutros F.
SILVA, Silvio Silverio da
The present paper studies the influence of different nutrients for the production of two cellulolytic enzymes: endo beta-1.4 glucanase and exo beta-1.4 glucanase by anaerobic fungi taken from cow rumen, that were fed a diet of corn silage and Brachiaria decumbens grass hay. During the enzymatic degradation assays, it was observed that the addition of some essential nutrients in the formulation of the culture medium contributed positively in the cellulolytic enzyme production, with exception of riboflavin. Such results contributed in the establishment of an effective method for the evaluation of enzymatic activities in anaerobic fibrolytic fungi. In this work, nutrients added to enrich the culture medium have successfully proven that they can be used as inoculating agents (inductors) in diets rich in ensilage with law nutritive value.