Efforts put in overriding the inulin abundant invader nastiest category I weeds are infeasible that lead into its impermanent confiscation. Hence, their heedful exploitation is obligatory. These invasive weeds have ample amount of inulin, which serves as a renewable, cheap raw substrate for inulinase production. Therefore, they have enticed intention of many researchers toward exploring more idiosyncratic inulinase producing microbial strains that utilize invasive inulin-rich weeds as substrate for fructose liberation. Plenteous industrial applications of inulinases have marked it distinctly crucial in recent biotechnological epoch. This review thus elaborates the literature on infused footprints embedded by the substituted low calorie healthy sweetener in new advancing fields.
Part of the book: Microorganisms