Screening of Aspergillus Niger for Lipase Production

Authors

  • Ahmed Jassim Fradi Ministry of Education

Keywords:

Aspergillus niger, different sources, lipase

Abstract

The current study was intended to identify Aspergillus niger isolated from different sources oil, peanut (pistachios, ground nut, walnuts, almonds and cashew), dried milk and factory waste water. Traditional methods were used to investigate the ability of Aspergillus niger for lipase production using T80 and T80 with phenol red agar and calculate Aspergillus niger efficiency in this enzyme production. The results revealed that all isolates were able to produce lipase, and the efficiency of lipase production ranged between (0.90-2.21) mm. A50 isolate showed the highest efficiency in lipase production, which was isolated from factory waste water factory.

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Published

2022-06-26

How to Cite

[1]
A. J. Fradi, “Screening of Aspergillus Niger for Lipase Production”, MJS, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 19–23, Jun. 2022.

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Biological Science