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Fig. 4 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 4

From: ARTP/EMS-combined multiple mutagenesis efficiently improved production of raw starch-degrading enzymes in Penicillium oxalicum and characterization of the enzyme-hyperproducing mutant

Fig. 4

Hydrolysis efficiencies of RNCOF and RNCF by crude enzymes from P. oxalicum strains A2-13 and OXPoxGA15A. Hydrolysis of RNCOF (a) and RNCF (b) by crude enzymes from mutants A2-13 and OXPoxGA15A. Hydrolysis of RNCOF (c) and RNCF (d) by crude enzymes from mutant A2-13 combined with commercial α-amylase. Hydrolysis of RNCOF (e) and RNCF (f) by crude enzymes from OXPoxGA15A combined with commercial α-amylase. In panels a and b, 50 U crude enzyme was added per g of solid substrate. In panels cf, the legends show the amounts of crude enzymes from P. oxalicum added. The ratio of crude enzymes from P. oxalicum and commercial α-amylase was 1:1. Values are presented as the mean ± SD of three replicates for each treatment. RNCOF natural raw corn flour, RNCF natural raw cassava flour

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