alexa Production of single-cell protein for animal feed

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Production of single-cell protein for animal feed

Waste recycling has been advanced as a method for preventing environmental decay and increasing food supplies. The potential benefits from a successful recycling of agricultural wastes are enormous. It may be the only method for largescale protein production that does not require a concomitant increase in energy consumption. In addition, it may be the most effective method for producing animal and human food from lignocellulose materials that are now of little nutritive value and are therefore used as fuel. This article discusses the present status of microbial protein (singlecell protein) production from agricultural wastes and describes some of the technical and economic problems that must be overcome before large-scale application is possible.Rapidly growing organisms such as bacteria and yeasts contain a higher uric acid content than slower growing plants and animals. While the uric acid limits the daily intake of SCP for humans and monogastric animals such as pigs and chickens, ruminants such as cattle, sheep and goats can tolerate higher levels. There are several methods available for removal of uric acids.

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