Analysis of pathogenic influence cellulases of fungi of Fusarium genus on cellulose materials
Journal Title: Problems of Environmental Biotechnology - Year 2012, Vol 2, Issue 1
The range of temperatures, at which cellulase activity of fungi of Fusarium genus is minimum, is certain. On the basis of finding it is suggested to carry out concrete measures for warning of biodegradation of cellulose materials which will inhibit cellulases of pathogenic fungi on the stage of their minimum activity.
Authors and Affiliations
В. М. Вострикова
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How To Cite
В. М. Вострикова (2012). Analysis of pathogenic influence cellulases of fungi of Fusarium genus on cellulose materials. Problems of Environmental Biotechnology, 2(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-31552