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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(4): 3225-3232
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.904.375


Dependence of the Feed Environment on Protein Synthesis of Feed Insects
D.A. Mirzaeva1, K.S. Maksumkhodzhaeva1, N.A. Khujamshukurov1, X.O. Abdullaev1, Sh.Q. Gazieva1, Sh.X. Iskhakova2* and D.Kh. Kuchkarova1
1Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute, 2Tashkent Architectural-Civil Engineering Institute, Uzbekistan
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

This article analyzes the synthesis of the Tenebrio molitor protein (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) belonging to a feed insect, depending on its nutrient content. Differences in protein synthesis by Tenebrio molitor larvae were shown when wheat bran and flour from the macrophytes Lemna minor and Azollacarolina were added. In particular, it was noted that TMO-2 and TMO-6 T.molitor F6 larvae are synthesized on average 31.02% protein in wheat bran, 38.13% in duckweed and 30.87% in azole. It was found that the larvae of variant F6 grown on wheat bran synthesized protein on average 4.79% less than the variant F1 of wheat. F6 larvae grown in duckweed synthesized 7.11% more protein than larvae grown in wheat bran and 0.15% less protein synthesis than larvae grown in azole. It was found that F6 larvae grown in duckweed produce 7.26% more protein than larvae grown in azole. Summarizing these indicators, it was noted that in the body of larvae eating macrophytes insufficient absorption of nutrients, low moisture content in the feed led to their death, egg laying and larvae of variant F6 produced significantly less protein than variant F1. When feeding macrophytes, it is advisable to take into account its moisture content or add flour based on them to other food sources. It was studied that egg-laying larvae grown on the basis of azole accounted for 38.14%, whereas in duckweed this indicator was 58.38%. It was found that in larvae grown on wheat bran, the percentage of egg-laying is 68.85%. The mortality rate of larvae feeding on wheat bran was 18.22%, in duckweed - 44.63%, in azole - 62.27%, this is due to insufficient moisture in the composition of duckweed and azolle (average humidity 3.4-4.2%), relatively high humidity (average humidity 9.58-10.12%) in wheat bran.


Keywords: Tenebrio molitor, Yellow mealworm, Edible insects, Insects feed, Fish feed, Protein, Amino acid, Macrophytes, Lemna minor, Azolla carolina
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Mirzaeva, D.A., K.S. Maksumkhodzhaeva, N.A. Khujamshukurov, X.O. Abdullaev, Sh.Q. Gazieva, Sh.X. Iskhakova and Kuchkarova, D.Kh. 2020. Dependence of the Feed Environment on Protein Synthesis of Feed Insects.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(4): 3225-3232. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.904.375