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Quantification of biomass and phytase production for solid-state fermentation with Aspergillus niger on wheat bran

Quantification of biomass and phytase production for solid-state fermentation with Aspergillus niger on wheat bran

2000 ASAE Annual International Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 9-12 July 2000: 1-19

A study was conducted to determine how A. niger growth and phytase activity production are related to environmental temperature and initial moisture content over time. Solid-state fermentation of A. niger on wheat bran and soybean meal were conducted at three temperatures (25, 30, and 35 degrees C) and three initial moisture contents (50, 55, and 60% wet basis) in a split-plot full factorial experimental design. Fermentations were conducted for 0, 24, 48, 72, and 120 h.

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