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High-temperature production of protein-enriched feed from cassava by fungi

Applied Microbiology

Dec 1, 1975

A E Reade, Kalvin J Gregory

PMID: 2105

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A simple, nonaseptic, low-cast process for the conversion of cassava, a starchy tropical root crop, into microbial protein for use as animal feed was sought. Screening tests culminated in the isolation of a thermotolerant, amylase-producing mold, designated I-21, which was identified as...read more

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Amylases
Mutant
Protein Biosynthesis
Fungi
Soil Microbiology
Urea
Animal Feed (Substance)
LUC7L3 gene
PH.3
Batch Cell Culture Techniques
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    Applied Microbiology

    Dec 1, 1975

    A E Reade, Kalvin J Gregory

    PMID: 2105

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    A simple, nonaseptic, low-cast process for the conversion of cassava, a starchy tropical root crop, into microbial protein for use as animal feed was sought. Screening tests culminated in the isolation of a thermotolerant, amylase-producing mold, designated I-21, which was identified as...read more

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    Amylases
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    Protein Biosynthesis
    Fungi
    Soil Microbiology

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