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Crude Protein And Fiber Fraction Of Corn Stover Inoculated By Fungi Trichoderma Sp. And Phanerochaete Chrysosporium

Journal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.2, No. 8)

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Page : 149-152

Keywords : Keywords Corn stover; fiber fraction; Phanerochaete chrysosporium; protein; Trichoderma sp.;

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Abstract

Abstract Corn stover is an agricultural byproduct that can be potentially used as an alternative for ruminant livestock feed. One of the limiting factors in using agricultural byproduct as feed material is the presence of further lignification resulting in cellulosehemicelluose bound by the lignin. Fiber degrading fungi produce extracellular enzyme that capable of breaking the lignocellulose bond. The objective of this study was to investigate the crude protein and fiber fraction of corn stover inoculated by fungi Trichoderma sp. and P. chrysosporium. This study used a complete randomized design with 7 treatments and 3 replications. T0 corn stover control T1 corn stover 5 Trichoderma sp. incubated for 1 week T2 corn stover 5 Trichoderma sp. incubated for 2 weeks T3 corn stover 5 Trichoderma sp. incubated for 3 weeks T4 corn stover 5 P. chrysosporium incubated for 1 week T5 corn stover 5 P. chrysosporium incubated for 2 weeks T6 corn stover 5 P. chrysosporium incubated for 3 weeks. Variance indicated that corn stover inoculated with Trichoderma sp. and P. chrysosporium had a significantly effect on NDF ADF cellulose hemicellulose and protein content P 0.05 while had no significantly effect on lignin P 0.05. This study indicated that crude protein and fiber fraction of the corn stover treated with Trochoderma sp. or P. chrysosporium were better than untreated.

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