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Solid State Fermentation (SSF) – Definition, Steps, Bioreactor, Applications

Solid State Fermentation (SSF)

Solid State Fermentation (SSF) is a process of fermentation utilized by a range of industries such as textile, food, pharmaceuticals and so on. in order to create compounds of microorganisms that use solid supports instead of liquid medium. It’s defined as growing microbes that do not have a flowing aqueous phase that is free-flowing.

Fermentation – Definition, Types, Principle, Products, Stages, Limitations

Fermentation Definition, Types, Principle, Products, Stages, Limitations

Fermentation is among the oldest techniques for processing food. The term “fermentation” refers to a procedure where chemical changes take place in organic substrates through the action of enzymes created by microorganisms. For instance yeast enzymes transform starches and sugars into alcohol, and proteins are transformed into peptides or amino acids. The fermentation process takes place without oxygen which produces ATP (energy).

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