Production of Protein-Rich Biomass by the Consortium of Microscopic Fungi - Chaetomium cellulotycum A 43 and Sporotrichum pulverulentum A 32
MLA Style:Izolda Khokhashvili, Lali Kutateladze, Nino Zakariashvili, Tamar Urushadze,Maya Jobava , Rusudan Khvedelidze, Tamar Burduli, NinoTsiklauri , Tinatin.Aleksidze"Production of Protein-Rich Biomass by the Consortium of Microscopic Fungi - Chaetomium cellulotycum A 43 and Sporotrichum pulverulentum A 32" International Journal of Biotech Trends and Technology 10.1 (2020): 50-55.
APA Style:Izolda Khokhashvili, Lali Kutateladze, Nino Zakariashvili, Tamar Urushadze,Maya Jobava , Rusudan Khvedelidze, Tamar Burduli, NinoTsiklauri , Tinatin.Aleksidze. Production of Protein-Rich Biomass by the Consortium of Microscopic Fungi - Chaetomium cellulotycum A 43 and Sporotrichum pulverulentum A 32 International Journal of Biotech Trends and Technology, 10(1), 50-55.
Nonpathogenic and nontoxic strains of microscopic fungi, from the collection of the Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the Agricultural University of Georgia have been screened for the selection of proteins active producers under the conditions of solid phase fermentation of the agricultural and food industry waste. Two active producers of proteins have been revealed: C. cellulotycum A 43 and S. pulverulentum A 32, as well as the perspective substrate for the bioconvertion – tomato-cake was selected. The optimal conditions for cultivation and composition of the nutritional medium for Ch. cellulotycum A 43 and Sp.pulverulentum A32 were established. Biomasses with 2.3-2.8 times higher content of pure protein, compared with control have been obtained on the base of optimization of the cultivation conditions and nutritional medium composition. The united cultivation of experimental strains was performed for the improvement of bioconversion degree. The synergetic effect of the combined cultivation of fungi on the tomato-cake has been demonstrated. The combined cultivation of C. cellulotycum A 43 and S. pulverulentum A 32 under the optimal conditions resulted in the production of sugar- (20%) and protein-rich (16.5%), easy-digestible, nontoxic and nonpathogenic biomass, which may be used as protein- and other bioactive substances-rich food additive.
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Microscopic fungi; Solid state fermentation; Agricultural and food industry waste; Bioconversion; Protein-rich biomass;