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close this bookBioconversion of Organic Residues for Rural Communities (UNU, 1979)
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View the documentProduction of yeast from soybean cooking waste at miso factories
View the documentApplication of soy waste as koji substrate for rice miso manufacturing (5, 6)
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References

1. Food Agency, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, Japan, Standards for Management of Pollution in Miso Factories, 1977.

2. R. Hendrickson and J.W. Kesterson, "Citrus Molasses," University of Florida Agric. Expt. Stat Bulk 677 (1964).

3. K. Arima and T. Uozumi, "A New Method for Estimation of the Mycelium Weight in Koji," Agric. Biol. Chem. 31: 1-19 (1967)

4. T. Mochizuki, "Utilization of Soybean Cooking Waste as a Medium for Yeast Production," Misono Kagaku to Gijutsu 201: 2 (1970).

5. M. Yanagimoto, H. Saito, and H. Ebine, "Cultivation of Aspergillus oryzae in Soybean Cooking Waste," J. Soc. Brew. Japan 70:424 (1975).

6. S. Nikuni, H. Ito, H. Takagi, and H. Ebine, "Utilization of Soybean Cooking Drain," Sbokuhin Kogyo Gakkasishi 26 (in press).

7. S. Hayashida, N. Minamisato, T. Tei, and M. Hongo, "The High Concentration of Alcohol-Producing Factor in Koji," Nogeikagakukaishi 48 : 529 (1974).