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Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this publication covers such themes as environmental overview of biotechnological techniques and microbial differences of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.

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1979; Underkofler, 1976). The bacterial cultures reported for the production of a-amylases in the SSF process are also limited to the genus Bacillus (Table 11). Beckord et al. (1945) studied 16 starch-hydrolyzing bacterial cultures for their ability to produce the enzyme in the SSF technique and reported that 11 cultures were able to produce a-amylases in varying amounts. Among these, the capability to produce high titers of the enzyme was confined to three species (B. subtilis, B. mesentericus, and B.

It may be used as such, or the enzyme may be extracted whenever required. A survey of literature on the methodology adopted by various workers for extraction of bacterial a-amylase from bacterial bran produced in the SSF technique indicates that it is similar to the trends just described. , 1980; Minagawa and Hamaishi, 1962),and the use of a multiple-contact countercurrent leaching technique (Ramesh and Lonsane, 1988) are some of the techniques or parameters followed in the extraction. , 1945).

KAMESH In spite of the importance of genetic improvement of the culture in fermentation processes, only two reports are available in the case of production of bacterial a-amylase in the SSF technique. Such minimal effort on this important aspect of fermentation process development is, however, not surprising in that it is linked to a neglect of the SSF process in the Western world for production of bacterial a-amylase. , 1983). Minagawa and Hamaishi (1962) claimed the isolation of an improved mutant by subjecting B.

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