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Sistruck et al. (66) experimented with conditions for fermentation of potato wastes in these silos for areas that produce low volumes. Aerobic fermentation at 30°C was most efficient in reducing the pH and produced mostly lactic acid microorganisms. Geotrichum, Aspergillus, and Pénicillium, which were identified, were only considered as secondary sources of fermenting organisms. There was little decrease in cellulose content since starches or sugars were preferentially used. L. bulgaricus, L. delbrueckii, S.
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Annual reports on fermentation processes. Vol.4 by George T Tsao; Michael C Flickinger; Robert K Finn