Effect of temperature and pH on the yield of oxalic acid bySclerotium rolfsii
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The yield of oxalic acid bySclerotium rolfsii was highest at 25 °C for the wild and X1 strains and at 30 °C for the X2 strain. The optimum pH for oxalic acid synthesis by wild X1 and X2 strains was 5.0, 6.0 and 4.5, respectively.
KeywordsOxalate Oxalic Acid Inulin Culture Filtrate Glyoxylate
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