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Single cell protein from industrial fennel cellulosic waste


, : Single cell protein from industrial fennel cellulosic waste. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 24(4): 2115-2128

Two local strs. of Aspergillus terreus and A. flavus were tested for single cell protein (SCP) and mycotoxin production using enzyme hydrolysed fennel cellulosic waste as the substrate. A. terreus biomass was considered suitable as an animal feed as it had a high protein content with essential and non-essential amino acids. The tests did not detect mycotoxin production in this str. The A. flavus str. however produced mycotoxins.


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