(A Study on the Production of Fungal (Rhizopus oligosporus and Neurospora sitophila) Mycelial Protein From Molasses) A. Basrah Enie; Dedi Mahdar dan Dardjo Somaatmadja

A Basrah Enie

Abstract


A study on the use of molasses for the production of fungal (Rhizopus oligosporus and Neurospora sitophila) mycelial protein has been conducted. The sucrose content of the media was 2,3 and 4%, and the pocess carried out for 3 days at 27 degree, 32 degree and 37 degree celcius. High yields of dry mycelium were obtained on the media containing 4% sucrose at 37 celcius,e.g. 3.43 g/1 for Rhizopus oligosporus and 5.08 g/1 for Neurospora sitophila. The highest protein content of dry mycelium were 53.9% (Neuro sitophila) and 49.7% (Rhizopus oligosporus). Neuro sitophila more effectively utilized sucrose and nitrogenous compounds in the media.


Keywords


Molasses, production of fungal, Rhizopus oligosporus, Neurospora sitophila



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.32765/warta%20ihp.v3i02.2172

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