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|Title:||Lactic acid from waste potato starch|
|Citation:||Industrial Bioprocessing, 2006; 28(9):7|
|Publisher:||Frost & Sullivan|
|Abstract:||University of South Australia researchers investigated the impact of nitrogen sources on lactic acid formation by the Rhizopus arrhizus fungus. They evaluated ammonium sulfate, ammonium nitrate, urea, yeast extract and peptone at various ratios of carbon to nitrogen (C:N). The group found that the most suitable nitrogen source for achieving a high and stable lactic acid yield is ammonium nitrate.|
|Appears in Collections:||Earth and Environmental Sciences publications|
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