Biodegradation of glucosinolates in brown mustard seed meal (Brassica juncea) by Aspergillus sp. NR-4201 in liquid and solid-state cultures

@article{Rakariyatham2004BiodegradationOG,
  title={Biodegradation of glucosinolates in brown mustard seed meal (Brassica juncea) by Aspergillus sp. NR-4201 in liquid and solid-state cultures},
  author={Nuansri Rakariyatham and Prakong Sakorn},
  journal={Biodegradation},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={395-399}
}
Aspergillus sp. NR-4201 was assessed by degrading glucosinolates in brownmustard seed meal (Brassica juncea). A liquid culture of the strain, in a medium derived from the meal, produced total degradation of glucosinolates at 32 h. Under these conditions, the glucosinolate-breakdown product, allylcyanide, was formed inculture filtrates. In a plate culture under sterile conditions, the growth of the strain inheat-treated meal media was shown to be effective at 30 °C with 51% moisture,as… 
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