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Culture of Spirulina maxima as a protein supplement



Culture of Spirulina maxima as a protein supplement



Livestock Research for Rural Development 1(1): 68-78



Experiments were carried out in the Inst. Mayor Campesino (IMCA), Buga, Valle (mean temp. 21 degrees C; 1000 m above sea level), to evaluate local sources of media for the culture of the Cyanobacterium. Biodigester and distillery effluents were compared at dilutions (vol. effluent:water) of 0.25:0.75, 0.5:0.5, 0.75:0.25 and 1.0:0.0. An inoculum of Spirulina (c. 192 cells/ml) was added at the rate of 200 ml/1000 ml of media.

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