Comparison primary treatment study for chemical and biochemical process on cotton waste products as energy source for A.niger
Dr. Ahmed A. Hussain , Dr. Ali A. Juwaied , Jazaer A. Juwaied

This study was designed for chemical and biochemical processes on waste cotton as energy resource by Aspergillus niger. In the tenth day the high percentage in protein production 13.13% and Cellulose degree consumption 58% by chemical and biochemical process. The chemical process was done by the use of sodium hydroxide 0.20N, but the biochemical process is very carriage use the enzymatic extraction of Trichoderme viride.30 mg per mL. At the seventh day it is found that the biochemical process gives highest degree of protein production in cellulose consumption 8.93%.