Construction of the Starter to Produce Lignocellulases via Solid State Fermentation of Rice Straw
The study demonstrates the starter construction and its solid state fermentation (SSF) using rice straw as substrate for lignocellulases production. The starter is constructed by natural microflora growing on rice straw additionally reinforced with Aspergillus niger ZJU-RYD1, using the SSF substrate rice straw with 90% moisture content, successfully produced the integrate and high active lignocellulases at about 72 h, i.e. CMCase 12.44 U/g, cellobiase 12.05 U/g, FPAase 3.18 U/g, xylanase 365.61 U/g, lassase 2.48 U/g. In this study the strategy is satisfactorily developed to construct the starter for high effective and low-cost production of lignocellulases using rice straw as substrate, based on natural microflora and additional reinforcing with special strain.
Hexing Li, Qunjie Xu and Daquan Zhang
S. S. Du et al., "Construction of the Starter to Produce Lignocellulases via Solid State Fermentation of Rice Straw", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 356-360, pp. 1819-1822, 2012