2018 Volume 5 Issue 1

Bioconversion of Nutrients and Biological Active Substances in Model Systems Chlorella-Insect-Livestock


Nagdalian A. Ashotovich, Pushkin S. Viktorovich, Lodygin A. Dmitrievich, Timchenko L. Dmitrievna, Rzhepakovsky I. Vladimirovich, Trushov P. Andreevich
Abstract

For decades, the most actual problem has been the deficiency of animal protein, and now this problem has become more urgent. Nowadays, animal products are not available to all levels of the population in many countries. New ways of receiving protein from nonconventional raw materials have been developed everywhere to solve this problem. At the moment, the selection of proteinaceous plants, biotechnology of microorganisms and bioengineering are on trend. Also, there are prerequisites for efficient development of animal breeding, which consist of searching for the alternate production technologies of the full-fledged enriched animal feeding stuffs received from the biomass of high-yield insects and products of their activity.


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