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Optimization of process parameters on the viable inocula of entomopathogenic fungi by response surface methodology for the fungal consortium preparation

A lot of research has been carried out on the exploitation of entomopathogenic fungi for the pharmacological and environmental application.In this study, the effect of nutrient factors of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) - a major medium used for entomopathogenic fungi cultivation and th... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Biopesticides 2017, Vol.10(2), pp.77-82
Main Author: Kumar, S
Other Authors: Namasivayam, S , Kamil, T , Ravi, T
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title: Optimization of process parameters on the viable inocula of entomopathogenic fungi by response surface methodology for the fungal consortium preparation
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  • Kumar, S
  • Namasivayam, S
  • Kamil, T
  • Ravi, T
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  • Metarhizium Anisopliae
  • Beauveria
  • Fermentation
  • Agriculture
  • Fungi
  • Software
  • Consortia
  • Agricultural Production
  • Optimization
  • Organic Farming
  • Loam Soils
  • Temperature
  • Entomopathogenic Fungi
  • Response Surface Methodology
  • Variables
  • Fungi
  • Consortia
  • Biomass
  • Microorganisms
  • Process Parameters
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description: A lot of research has been carried out on the exploitation of entomopathogenic fungi for the pharmacological and environmental application.In this study, the effect of nutrient factors of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) - a major medium used for entomopathogenic fungi cultivation and the process parameters such as pH and temperature on biomass production of Beauveria bassiana, Nomuraea rileyi, Metarhizium anisopliae and Penicillium rubrum was studied by response surface methodology (RSM) and the inocula derived from the fungi was formulated as consortium in jiggery water. The objective of the study is to develop viable inoculum of entomopathogenic fungi consortium by optimizing various nutrient factors and process parameters of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) which suggests the possible utilization of response surface methodology (RSM) as a strategy for in vitro mass multiplication of entomopathogenic fungal consortium for various purposes in the near future. The adjusted R2 and predicted R2 values indicate the experimental values agree with the predicted values (Fig. 2). [...]the model is found to be appreciable and adequate in representing the response and the yield of biomass which will be useful for further analysis. In our present study, the tested entomopathogenic fungal strains exhibited best growth at high temperature and alkaline pH which might favor the viability of fungi even when exposed to high temperature pH (field condition) and the viability of the inocula due to the supply of major carbon (maltose) nitrogen (peptone) sources from the culture media at optimum level.
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descriptionA lot of research has been carried out on the exploitation of entomopathogenic fungi for the pharmacological and environmental application.In this study, the effect of nutrient factors of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) - a major medium used for entomopathogenic fungi cultivation and the process parameters such as pH and temperature on biomass production of Beauveria bassiana, Nomuraea rileyi, Metarhizium anisopliae and Penicillium rubrum was studied by response surface methodology (RSM) and the inocula derived from the fungi was formulated as consortium in jiggery water. The objective of the study is to develop viable inoculum of entomopathogenic fungi consortium by optimizing various nutrient factors and process parameters of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) which suggests the possible utilization of response surface methodology (RSM) as a strategy for in vitro mass multiplication of entomopathogenic fungal consortium for various purposes in the near future. The adjusted R2 and predicted R2 values indicate the experimental values agree with the predicted values (Fig. 2). [...]the model is found to be appreciable and adequate in representing the response and the yield of biomass which will be useful for further analysis. In our present study, the tested entomopathogenic fungal strains exhibited best growth at high temperature and alkaline pH which might favor the viability of fungi even when exposed to high temperature pH (field condition) and the viability of the inocula due to the supply of major carbon (maltose) nitrogen (peptone) sources from the culture media at optimum level.
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abstractA lot of research has been carried out on the exploitation of entomopathogenic fungi for the pharmacological and environmental application.In this study, the effect of nutrient factors of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) - a major medium used for entomopathogenic fungi cultivation and the process parameters such as pH and temperature on biomass production of Beauveria bassiana, Nomuraea rileyi, Metarhizium anisopliae and Penicillium rubrum was studied by response surface methodology (RSM) and the inocula derived from the fungi was formulated as consortium in jiggery water. The objective of the study is to develop viable inoculum of entomopathogenic fungi consortium by optimizing various nutrient factors and process parameters of sabouraud maltose yeast extract broth (SMYB) which suggests the possible utilization of response surface methodology (RSM) as a strategy for in vitro mass multiplication of entomopathogenic fungal consortium for various purposes in the near future. The adjusted R2 and predicted R2 values indicate the experimental values agree with the predicted values (Fig. 2). [...]the model is found to be appreciable and adequate in representing the response and the yield of biomass which will be useful for further analysis. In our present study, the tested entomopathogenic fungal strains exhibited best growth at high temperature and alkaline pH which might favor the viability of fungi even when exposed to high temperature pH (field condition) and the viability of the inocula due to the supply of major carbon (maltose) nitrogen (peptone) sources from the culture media at optimum level.
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