Sporotrichum

Sporotrichum

(spō-rot'ri-kŭm),
A genus of imperfect fungi (Hyphomycetes) that are usually common contaminants.
[Mod. L. fr. G. sporos, seed, + thrix, hair]
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HAP phytase from Sporotrichum thermophile showed that surface charge distribution and a high density of hydrophilic amino acids on the surface contribute to the thermal stability of phytase [56].
Zhang X; Srilatha, HR; Osman and others [12-18], digested the orange peels under different fungal strains as (Penicillum, Sporotrichum, and Fusarium), respectively.
[[double dagger], NR] Spongipellis unicolor (Schwein.) Murrill [[dagger], [double dagger]] Sporotriclium byssinum Link [[double dagger], NR] Sporotrichum chryseum Peck [[dagger].
at 30[degrees]C [12, 13, 24, 26], and the fungus Sporotrichum thermophile at 45[degrees] C [23].
Production of Sporotrichum thermophile xylanase by solid state fermentation utilizing deoiled Jatropha curcas seed cake and its application in xylooligosachharide synthesis.
+ + Penicillium brevicompactum + - Penicillium chrysogenum + + Penicillium citrinum Thom + + Penicillium commune Thom + + Penicilliumfuniculosum Thom + + Penicillium griseoazureum + - Penicillium marneffei + + Penicillium rugulosum - - Penicillium polonicum + + Sporotrichum spp.
longibrachiatum), Penicillium pinophilum, Sporotrichum pulverulentum, Fusarium solani, Talaromyces emersonii y Trichoderma koningii.
(9,10) Sulfur granules, however, are not pathognomonic for Actinomyces because other organisms such as Nocardia, Sporotrichum, and Phialophora spp also produce them.
Previously wheat bran also served as the best carbon source for phytase production by a thermophilic fungus Sporotrichum thermophile as compared to rice husk rice bran fish meal corn seed and corn gluten because it might offer adequate amounts of nutrients such as carbohydrates proteins fats calcium phosphorus potassium and amino acids necessary for high yield enzyme production in the presence of oxygen supply (Javed et al.
Conversely, Penicillium janthinellum, Thermoascus aurantiacus and Sporotrichum thermophile were able to grow in the presence of sugarcane bagasse and produce higher levels of xylanase activity than those measured in this study (BAKRI et al., 2012; KATAPODIS et al., 2006; SILVA et al., 2005).
All the synthesized polymers were examined for the antimicrobial activity against bacteria (Escherichia coli, Bacillus subtilis, and Staphylococcus citreus), fungi (Aspergillus niger, Sporotrichum pulverulentum, and Trichoderma lignorum), and yeast (Candida utilis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and Pichia stipitis).
Among the microorganisms, yeasts such as Saccharomyces, Kluyveromyces, Candida, Debaryomyces, Sporotrichum, Pichia and fungi, Penicillium and Aspergillus species are common FFH producers (Skowronek and Fiedurek, 2004).