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Agro-Industrial Wastes as Feedstock for Enzyme Production. by Gurpreet S. Dhillon, Surinder Kaur

By Gurpreet S. Dhillon, Surinder Kaur

Agro-industrial Wastes as Feedstock for Enzyme creation: follow and make the most the rising and invaluable Use suggestions of Waste Biomass explores the present cutting-edge bioprocesses in enzyme creation utilizing agro-industrial wastes with appreciate to their new release, present equipment of disposal, the issues confronted by way of waste and legislation, and capability value-added protocols for those wastes. It surveys parts ripe for additional inquiry in addition to destiny tendencies within the box. below each one part, the person chapters current updated and in-depth info on bioprospecting of agro-industrial wastes to procure enzymes of financial significance.

This e-book covers study gaps, together with valorization of fruit and vegetable by-product―a key contribution towards sustainability that makes the maximum use of agricultural produce whereas making use of low-energy and within your means bioprocesses. Written by way of specialists within the box of enzyme expertise, the ebook presents precious details for educational researchers, graduate scholars, and scientists operating in industrial-food microbiology, biotechnology, bioprocess expertise, post-harvest know-how, agriculture, waste administration, and the foodstuff industry.

  • Addresses key possibilities and demanding situations within the rising box of enzyme expertise, with an emphasis on power and bio-based commercial applications
  • Explores the present cutting-edge bioprocesses in enzyme creation utilizing fruit and vegetable wastes with appreciate to their new release, present tools of disposal, and difficulties confronted by way of waste and regulation
  • Presents in-depth info on bioprospecting of fruit and vegetable to procure enzymes of financial importance
  • Delves into environmental matters and financial concerns relating to fruit and vegetable processing by-products

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Folakemi et al. (2008) studied cellulase production from cellulosic pineapple waste using Trichoderma longibrachiatum, A. niger, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The results obtained from the fermentation showed that T. 5 mL). 5 and temperature of 45°C after seven days of fermentation. Fortkamp and Knob (2014) studied production of xylanases by Trichoderma viridae using pineapple peel as substrate. 12 U mL−1) was obtained with 2% substrate concentration within seven days at 28°C. Hariharan and Nambisan (2013) studied optimization of lignin peroxidase, manganese peroxidase, and laccase production from Ganoderma lucidum under SSF of pineapple leaf.

2006) and Wadhwa et al. (2006) Wadhwa et al. (2006) Wadhwa et al. 3 Composition of Different Fruit and Vegetable Wastes (per 100 g)—cont’d Waste Moisture (g) Protein (g) Fat (g) Minerals (g) Fiber (g) Fruit and Vegetable Processing Waste: Renewable Feed Stocks for Enzyme Production carbon, nitrogen, and mineral sources for their growth and production of secondary metabolites. In addition, many studies have reported that cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin, etc. Value addition of wastes is nearly impossible without the intervention of enzymes, which play an important role in transformation of agro-industrial waste to some important value-added products (Babbar and Oberoi, 2014).

4 (Jacob, 2009). Since the pectin content of beet pulp is high, it can be used for the production of pectinolytic enzymes without adding pectinaceous material as inducer. Azzaz et al. (2013) studied the production of pectinase using sugar beet pulp as main carbon source by A. niger. 2 U mL−1 pectinase by A. 33 g L−1. Heerd et al. (2014) investigated the comparison of pectinase production by Aspergillus sojae ATCC 20235 and A. sojae CBS 100928 under optimized conditions. 7 U g−1) was obtained by A.

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