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CELLULOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF SOIL FUNGI СHAETOMIUM GLOBOSUM

Author(s) Patyka V.P., Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, academician of NAAN of Ukraine, Head of Department of Pathogenic Bacteria, D.K. Zabolotny Institute of microbiology and virusology of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine,
Kopylov E. P., Doctor of Biological Sciences, , Institute of Agricultural Microbiology and Agroindustrial Production NAAS of Ukraine
Skulovatov О. V. , , , Institute of Agricultural Microbiology and Agroindustrial Production NAAS of Ukraine
Category Microbiology
year 2016 issue №1, 2016
pages 27-31 index UDK УДК 631.466:579.22
DOI
Abstract The maximum total cellulolytic activity of soil fungi Chaetomium globosum Kunze ex Fr. 377 was 0.223 IU/ml, endoglucanase 0.281 IU/ml, exoglucanase 0.252 IU/ml (when cultivated in an environment with filter paper), р-glucosidase activity was higher when cultivated on wheat straw and amounted to 0.192 IU/ml. Maximum cellulase activity was observed at 14-18 days of cultivation. A temperature of 25-30°C and a pH of 5.0 is an optimal nutrient environment to produce cellulolytic enzymes
Key words total cellulolytic activity, endoglucanase activity, exoglucanase activity, β-glucosidase activity, Chaetomium globosum
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