Different used paper materials and mixtures thereof were saccharified with Penicillium funiculosum cellulase. Nonsimilar biodegradation patterns were concluded to be operating as well as declining bioconversion efficiencies with increasing biodegradation. Biowaste mixtures were less effectively biodegraded indicating the importance of separating biowaste into distinctive materials prior to developing it as a resource of bioproduct synthesis.
- Penicillium funiculosum
- Wastepaper mixtures