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Multicapillary membrane bioreactor design
(Cape Peninsula University of Technology, 2005)
The white rot fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium, produces enzymes, which are capable of degrading chemical pollutants. It was detennined that this fungus has multiple growth phases. The study provided infonnation ...
Design of a packed-bed fungal bioreactor : the application of enzymes in the bioremediation of organo-pollutants present in soils and industrial effluent
(Peninsula Technikon, 2001)
Certain fungi have been shown to excrete extracellular enzymes, including peroxidases, laccases, etc. These enzymes are useful for bioremediation of aromatic pollutants present in industrial effluents (Leukes, 1999; ...
Momentum transfer inside a single fibre capillary membrane bioreactor
Innovation in biotechnology research has resulted in a number of fungi being identified for diverse industrial applications. One such fungus, which is the subject of this study and has been one of the most intensively ...