Fish processing wastes for microbial enzyme production: a review

@inproceedings{Rebah2013FishPW,
  title={Fish processing wastes for microbial enzyme production: a review},
  author={Faouzi Ben Rebah and Nabil Miled},
  booktitle={3 Biotech},
  year={2013}
}
Fishery processing industries generate large amounts of by-products. The disposal of these wastes represents an increasing environmental and health problem. To avoid wasting these by-products, various disposal methods have been applied including, ensilation, fermentation, hydrolysate and fish oil production. Interestingly, fish by-products provide an excellent nutrient source for microbial growth useful in enzyme production process, which is largely governed by the cost related to the growth… CONTINUE READING
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