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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Isolation And Characteristics Molding Fungus Of Stalks And Empty Fruit Bunches Of Oil Palms

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Sukriming Sapareng, Ambo Ala, Tutik Kuswinanti, Burhanuddin Rasyid



isolation, isolates, characteristics, fungi



Fungus has the ability to degrade the stem and EFB because it produces an enzyme that can decompose cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin. Fungal isolates were obtained from decayed palm oil and EFB. Isolates were observed macroscopically and microscopically. Macroscopic observations include growth rate, colony color, elevation and shape of the colony's edge. Microscopic observations include spores and conidiofor fungi. The result of the research was found that there were 32 isolate mushrooms consisting of 17 isolates from crushed palm oil and 15 isolates from EFB. Trichoderma sp3 isolates had the highest colony diameter, and the lowest isolates of Absidia sp grown on PDA media.



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