dilluns, 29 de desembre de 2014

EAT GARBISH INSTEAD OF SOYLENT GREEN....CRUMBLES OF SOYLENT RED IN A CRUMBLING WORLD ..Rapid world population increasing results in a rising demand for protein for both human and animal consumption. This demand is certainly become serious with overexploitation of the sea and the use of most of the available arable land as the population rapid growth continues. We are challenged with finding of new protein sources that will not require land space or costly and tedious means of production. Microorganisms could serve an ideal solution to this problem. The single cell of a microorganism is itself a perfect protein factory. Hazardous pollution occurs from agricultural and industrial wastes, e.g. whey as a serious pollutant, has stimulated interest in converting waste materials into commercially valuable products, especially single cell protein (SCP). In competing for limited resources, microorganism evolves many strategies for selective advantages; one of these is the secretion of toxic compounds that kill or arrest the growth of other species, i.e. yeast killer toxins, which could be invested in many applied fields. The present work was designed to deal with these issues through bio-conversion of agro-industerial wastes into SCP using genetically modified killer yeast.Single Cell Oils: Microbial and Algal Oils Book Featuring recognized academic and industrial experts in this cutting-edge field, this book reviews single cell oils (SCO) currently in the market. The text mainly focuses on the production of the long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, Arachidonic acid, and Docosahexaenoinc acid. All chapters provide up to date references for navigating the vast amount of historic data available in the field. The authors provide real world examples of the commercial development and applications of various SCO in a variety of fields, from food ingredients and disease treatment to aquaculture and fish farming. The highlight of the book is perhaps the first chapter in which Colin Ratledge, a world renowned expert in SCO and lipid biochemistry, gives an interesting and informative overview on the history of SCO development, together with his perspectives on the future of this industry in light of competition arising from genetically modified plant oils. Zvi Cohen, a renowned expert in PUFA-producing microalgae, describes some of his metabolic studies on PUFA production and TAG biosynthesis. Chapter 10 deals with EPA-producing microalgae and some cultivation strategies for their large scale production. This chapter includes a number of tables summarizing the various organisms under investigation which I found to be of great use. Since the development of EPA single cell oils is still in its infancY SINGLE CELL PROTEIN FROM HYDROCARBONS (PROTEÍNA MICROBIANA A PARTIR DE HIDROCARBONETOS E RESÍDUOS DE ÓLEOS ALIMENTARES E INDUSTRIAIS 1989...PORCOS E RUMINANTES ALIMENTADOS EXCLUSIVAMENTE COM PROTEÍNA MICROBIANA DESENVOLVEM GOTA- EXCESSO DE ÁCIDOS NUCLEICOS...EM TERMOS PERCENTUAIS) Wheat bran is an important agricultural waste, which is abundantly available in the market at relatively cheaper prices. Candida utilis and Rhizopus oligosporus has been used for the fermentation of wheat bran to produce single cell protein for the nutritional enhancement of wheat bran, which then can be used for cattle feed. Various fermentation parameters i.e., effect of inoculums size, age of inoculums, incubation period, and moisture: substrate ratio, incubation temperature were studied. According to results, maximum yield was obtained when the inoculums size was at 10% (v/w), and as regard age of inoculums concerned, 48 hours old culture gave best results. Fermentation period of 48 hours was found to give maximum protein yield and viable count of yeast and mold cells. These microorganisms showed best growth at 30 C. After complete optimization of fermentation parameters, a batch of wheat bran was fermented with Candida utilis and Rhizopus oligosporus at optimized conditions, gave maximum crude protein yield i.e., 41.02% as compared to 4.21% crude protein of wheat bran."CANA DI SUCRE PARA RUMINANTES TROPICAIS

Single Cell Protein from Wastes

DON'T WASTE EAT ALL THE 

GARBISH NOW...

VARÍOLA 60,000 CASES YEAR 

IN 1960....INDIA PAKISTAN

 CENTRAL AFRICA

 1980...

..NO SMALL POX 

TRACOMA 50 MILLION CASES 

Chlamidia tracomatis......and they live 

blind consumers of single cell protein 

1898-1908 india Plague 500,000 deaths 

1959-1960....19 deaths ...

single cell protein is the solution 




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