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Study of the fermentative capacity and ethanol production of two microorganisms isolated from bovine rumen
RAZIEL JESUS ESTRADA MARTINEZ
Ingrid Rodriguez Buenfil
Angeles Sanchez-Contreras
Tania González-Flores
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The aim of this work was to determinate the fermentation conditions for two wild yeast isolated from bovine rumen. A factorial design 3x3x2 evaluating temperature (35, 40, and 45° C), agitation (0, 100, and 200 rpm), and strain type (LR2 and LR4) was used. The analyzed responses were growth and fermentation parameters. Results showed that the best growth conditions were 35° C and 200 rpm for the development of the strains LR2 and LR4. On the other hand, the best results obtained in alcoholic fermentation were observed at the temperature of 45° C with no agitation for the strain LR2. The thermal stability of the strain LR2 may have a viable application in industrial fermentative processes in tropical climates.
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Estrada-Martínez, R., González-Flores, T., Sánchez-Contreras, M., Rodríguez-Buenfil, I., Fernández-Luqueño, F., López-Valdez, F., & Lozano-Muñiz, S. (2012). Study of the fermentative capacity and ethanol production of two microorganisms isolated from bovine rumen. In Biotechnology Summit 2012, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico, 12-21 March 2012. (pp. 102-106). CinVestav.
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