Trichoderma viride

The mycelium of Trichoderma viride can produce a variety of enzymes, including cellulases and chitinases which can degrade cellulose and chitin respectively.

The mould can grow directly on wood, which is mostly composed of cellulose, and on fungi, the cell walls of which are mainly composed of chitin. 

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