EFFECT OF NITROGEN SOURCE FOR THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF XYLANASE FROM ASPERGILLUS TAMARII
The main aim of the study is to enhance the biosynthesis of xylanse by incorporating nitrogen sources (both organic and inorganic). Recently, xylanases have expanded their use in many processing industries, such as pulp and paper, food and textile to newer needs such as biofuel production. .This study were taken up to theÂ enhance the biosynthesis of xylanase by supplementation of organic nitrogen and inorganic nitrogen sources were employed in range of 0.25% to 1.25%. The organic nitrogen source were supplemented are peptone, yeast extract and beef extract and inorganic nitrogen sources are ammonium sulphate, ammonium chloride and ammonium nitrate. The yeast extract and ammonium nitrate were yielded higher xylnase production and showed 5.56 IU and 5.79 IU
Key words: Xylanase, submerged fermentation, yeast extract, ammonium nitrate and assay.
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