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The use of cellulase to hydrolyze cellulose in leaves of Hevea brasiliensis at forests of Bình Dương is completely feasible and has many benefits. A lot of microorganisms can produce cellulase, but fungi are considered most. 5 samples of soil are collected from Hevea brasiliensis forests at Nam Tan Uyen distric, Binh Dương province and isolated 19 fungal strains of making cellulase. Congo red reagent and CMC medium used to check abilities of producing celullase from isolated strains. The results showed that there were 5/19 isolated strains of having more cellulase including M1.7B6, M1.8B8, M1.9B3, M1.7B8, M3.3B3. They are basically two belong to Aspergillus genera, each of Penicillium, Curvularia and Pythium genus.
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