Microbial Biomass Proteins

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Murray Moo-Young, Kenneth F. Gregory
Springer Science & Business Media, 1986 - Science - 185 pages
 

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Contents

TECHNICAL ECONOMIC AND MARKET STRATEGIES FOR MICROBIAL BIOMASS PROTEINS
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A CASE HISTORY OF SINGLE CELL PROTEIN DEVELOPMENT
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MYCOPROTEIN
19
THE PROVESTEEN PROCESS AN ULTRAHIGH DENSITY FERMENTATION
27
THE INDIGENOUS FERMENTED FOODS
33
A CASE STUDY FOR MEXICO
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A CASE STUDY FOR CANADA
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SEXUAL CYCLE INDUCTION IN THE WHITE ROT FUNGUS SPOROTRICHUM PULVERULENTUM
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EVALUATING THE SAFETY AND NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF MICROBIAL BIOMASS
97
GENETIC ASPECTS AND THE POSSIBLE HAZARD OF MYCOTOXINS IN FUNGAL PRODUCTS
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NUTRITIONAL EVALUATION OF INACTIVE DRIED FOOD YEAST PRODUCTS
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MYCOLOGY ASPECTS
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APPLICATIONS CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF MYCOTOXINS
127
NUTRITIONAL AND SAFETY ASPECTS
141
NUTRITIVE VALUE OF METHANE FERMENTATION RESIDUE PRODUCED FROM CATTLE AND SWINE WASTES
167
CHAETOMIUM CELLULOLYTICUM MICROBIAL BIOMASS PROTEIN EVALUATION WITH RATS CHICKS AND PIGLETS
175

ENZYME ACTIVITIES DURING PLEUROTUS OSTREATUS GROWTH ON WHEAT STRAW UNDER CONTROLLED CONDITIONS
79
REGULATORY ASPECTS OF MICROBIAL BIOMASS PROTEINS AS FEED INGREDIENTS
93

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