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Paper Title: ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERISATION OF KERATIN DEGRADING MICROORGANISMS FROM POULTRY FARM SOIL AND THEIR FEATHER DEGRADATION POTENTIAL
Authors Name: Anvara shirin k , Yasmin m.v , Fathima Nisana k.p , Fathimath Noufiya , Hiba
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Abstract: The day by day increase in consumption of meat received from chicken is causing harsh effect to environment, as the waste from the chicken birds, more particularly the feather are not properly treated. While in nature, the deterioration of feather is slow, generating sulfurous compounds, causing environmental problem. Feathers, which are almost pure keratin proteins, are produced in large amounts and constitute a waste by product at poultry processing plant. Feathers are made up primarily of keratin which is resistance to common proteolytic enzyme such as pepsin, trypsin and papain. World-wide poultry processing plants produce millions of tons of feathers as a waste product annually, which consists of approximately 90% keratin; the keratin is largely responsible for their high degree of recalcitrance if remain untreated. Keratinase are a particular class of proteolytic enzymes that display the capability of degrading insoluble keratin substrates (Brandelli, 2008)5. Keratinophilic fungi are generally considered as soil saprophytes. Soil that is rich in keratinous material is most conducive for the growth and occurrence of keratinophilic fungi. Keratin decomposition in soil leads to an increase in carbon, and nitrogen ratio in soil. They are therefore fast growing nonpathogenic keratinophilic fungi which can be utilized for the recycling of keratin in soil and may be exploited for their biotechnological potential in industry.
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Cite Article: "ISOLATION, IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERISATION OF KERATIN DEGRADING MICROORGANISMS FROM POULTRY FARM SOIL AND THEIR FEATHER DEGRADATION POTENTIAL", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.1198 - 1201, August-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2208192.pdf
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