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Table 3 Effect of cultural conditions on enzymatic hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse

From: Production of bioethanol by bacterial co-culture from agro-waste-impacted soil through simultaneous saccharification and co-fermentation of steam-exploded bagasse

Inoculum concentrations (IC) Substrate concentration (SC) Incubation temperature (T) PH Nitrogen sources (NS)
IC (%) Cellulase (U/mL) SC (%) Cellulase (U/mL) T (oC) Cellulase (U/mL) PH Cellulase (U/mL) NS (%) Cellulase (U/mL)
0.5 71 ± 7.4 0.5 75 ± 6.2 25 41 ± 3.7 5 38 ± 0.9 NH4NO3 62 ± 2.8
1 142 ± 6.2 1 126 ± 3.9 30 189 ± 8.3 6 90 ± 8.3 Casein 104 ± 1.9
2 189 ± 10.2 2 138 ± 0.7 35 262 ± 9.3 7 402 ± 22.2 Urea 228 ± 0.9
3 267 ± 1.5 3 225 ± 4.9 40 395 ± 11.1 8 321 ± 0.0 Peptone 237 ± 6.5
4 241 ± 0.9 4 261 ± 3.6 45 320 ± 1.9 9 216 ± 7.4 NaNO3 289 ± 4.6
5 244 ± 0.9 5 174 ± 4.3 50 176 ± 16.7 10 190 ± 0.9 YE 374 ± 1.9
6 181 ± 9.3 6 115 ± 3.1 60 213 ± 1.9 11 66 ± 6.5  
  1. All values are mean ± SD for duplicate cultures; YE = yeast extract