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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(5): 3366-3377
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.905.400


Dependence of Synthesis of Protein of Edible Insects from the Nutrient Environment
A. Mirzaeva1, N. A. Khujamshukurov1*, B. O. Soxibov2, Sh. Sh. Azimovand D. Kh. Kuchkarova4
1Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute, 2Surkhandarya Regional Center for Education and Training of Public Education Workers, 3Tashkent State Technical University,
4Tashkent Architectural-Civil Engineering Institute, Uzbekistan
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

In this article, survival coefficients of Tenebriomolitor F6 larvae were determined in three different compositions and sources of nutrients with different humidity (wheat bran, Lemna minor and flour Azollacarolina). Tenebriomolitor F6 larvae of the generation of variants TMO-2 and TMO-6 were grown on wheat bran with an average survival rate of 0.79, on duckweed flour - 0.50, on azolla flour - 0.64. It was noted that the survival rate of larvae grown on wheat bran was 15.5% higher than that of larvae grown on azolla, and it is advisable to explain the source not by the protein reserve, but by the amount of moisture in it. It was noted that the moisture content (9.58-10.12%) (protein 15%) in wheat bran was a factor in the high viability of the larvae compared to azolla (protein-27%, humidity 8.2%). Despite the easy protein synthesis in the body of larvae in duckweed flour (protein - 16.1%, humidity - 4.4%) compared to azolla flour, its content is 3.8% lower than that of azolla, due to the fact that survival the larvae in them were lower than in wheat and azolla. Therefore, along with the protein content, moisture is an important factor when choosing a food source. When summing the survival rates of larvae of the Tenebriomolitor F6 generation in the studied nutrient media, the average survival was calculated as 0.96. This means that based on the established ratios of wheat bran, duckweed and azolla flour, it will be possible to create a nutrient medium with a new content, high nutritional value and low cost.


Keywords: Tenebriomolitor, Yellow mealworm, Edible insects, Amino acid,Lemna minor, Azolla carolina
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Mirzaeva, D. A., N. A. Khujamshukurov, B. O. Soxibov, Sh. Sh. Azimov and Kuchkarova, D. Kh. 2020. Dependence of Synthesis of Protein of Edible Insects from the Nutrient Environment.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(5): 3366-3377. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.905.400