Yıl 2018, Cilt 2, Sayı 3, Sayfalar 273 - 277 2018-12-15

Aspergillus niger may improve nutritional quality of grape seed and its usability in animal nutrition through solid-state fermentation

Aydın Altop [1] , Emrah Güngör [2] , Güray Erener [3]

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Effects of different Aspergillus niger strains on main nutritional components of grape seed in solid-state fermentation were investigated in this study. Grape seeds were fermented with three different A. niger strains which are ATCC 9142, ATCC 200345 and ATCC 52172. Fermented and unfermented grape seeds were analyzed for crude protein, ether extract, ash, crude fiber, neutral detergent fiber (NDF), and acid detergent fiber (ADF). Unfermented grape seeds (control group) and fermented groups: FG1 (ATCC 9142), FG2 (ATCC 200345) and FG3 (ATCC 52172) were compared each other depending on the results of chemical analyses. Crude protein increased (p < 0.001) with fermentation in all groups and the highest increases were observed in FG2 and FG3 groups. Ether extract was similar with control in FG1 group but decreased (p < 0.001) in FG2 and FG3 groups. Ash content increased (p < 0.001) through fermentation in all groups, the highest increases were noted in FG2 and FG3 groups. Crude fiber, ADF, NDF and nitrogen-free extracts (NFE) were decreased with fermentation in all groups (p < 0.001). Whereas the highest decreases of NFE were observed in FG1 and FG2 groups, the highest reduction in crude fiber, ADF and NDF were ocurred in FG2 group. These results showed that nutritional quality of grape seeds can be improved by A. niger solid-state fermentation and the best results were taken from ATCC 52172.

Aspergillus niger, Grape seed, Solid-state fermentation, Vitis vinifera
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Yazar: Aydın Altop
Kurum: Ondokuz Mayis University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science, Samsun, Turkey
Ülke: Turkey


Yazar: Emrah Güngör (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Ondokuz Mayis University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science, Samsun, Turkey
Ülke: Turkey


Yazar: Güray Erener
Kurum: Ondokuz Mayis University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science, Samsun, Turkey
Ülke: Turkey


Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { iarej403785, journal = {International Advanced Researches and Engineering Journal}, issn = {}, eissn = {2618-575X}, address = {Dr. Ceyhun YILMAZ}, year = {2018}, volume = {2}, pages = {273 - 277}, doi = {}, title = {Aspergillus niger may improve nutritional quality of grape seed and its usability in animal nutrition through solid-state fermentation}, key = {cite}, author = {Erener, Güray and Güngör, Emrah and Altop, Aydın} }
APA Altop, A , Güngör, E , Erener, G . (2018). Aspergillus niger may improve nutritional quality of grape seed and its usability in animal nutrition through solid-state fermentation. International Advanced Researches and Engineering Journal, 2 (3), 273-277. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/iarej/issue/40961/403785
MLA Altop, A , Güngör, E , Erener, G . "Aspergillus niger may improve nutritional quality of grape seed and its usability in animal nutrition through solid-state fermentation". International Advanced Researches and Engineering Journal 2 (2018): 273-277 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/iarej/issue/40961/403785>
Chicago Altop, A , Güngör, E , Erener, G . "Aspergillus niger may improve nutritional quality of grape seed and its usability in animal nutrition through solid-state fermentation". International Advanced Researches and Engineering Journal 2 (2018): 273-277
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ISNAD Altop, Aydın , Güngör, Emrah , Erener, Güray . "Aspergillus niger may improve nutritional quality of grape seed and its usability in animal nutrition through solid-state fermentation". International Advanced Researches and Engineering Journal 2 / 3 (Aralık 2018): 273-277.