IJE TRANSACTIONS B: Applications Vol. 30, No. 11 (November 2017) 1631-1638   

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I. Syaichurrozi and J. Jayanudin
( Received: July 19, 2017 – Accepted in Revised Form: September 08, 2017 )

Abstract    This study was conducted to investigate the effect of tofu wastewater (TW) addition to the growth medium on the growth of Spirulina platensis. The TW addition was varied in range of 0 – 8 %v/v. The results showed that the growth rate (μ) of S. platensis at TW addition of 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 %v/v was 0.007, 0.084, 0.074, 0.088, 0.086 mg/L/d, respectively. The medium with TW content of 6 %v/v (carbon:nitrogen:phosphorous=161:17:1; carbon/nitrogen=9.55) was the best medium for biomass production. The growth rate of S. platensis was successfully modeled using modified Gompertz equation (R2 =0.93–0.98). In prediction through modified Gompertz, the maximum biomass production (2.17 mg/L) was resulted from medium IV (TW of 6 %v/v). Medium IV (TW of 6 %v/v), medium II (TW of 2 %v/v) and medium III (TW of 4 %v/v) resulted in biomass containing the highest amount of protein (66.62%), carbohydrate (61.23%) and lipid (19.66%), respectively.


Keywords    Carbohydrate, Cultivation, Growth, Protein, Spirulina platensis, Tofu Wastewater


چکیده    اين مطالعه به منظور بررسي تأثير پساب توفو (TW) بر محيط رشد اسپيرولينا پلتنزيس صورت گرفت. افزودن TW در محدوده 0 تا 8 درصد وزنی/وزنی متغیر بود. نتایج نشان داد که سرعت رشد (μ) پلتنزيس در 0، 2، 4، 6، 8٪ به ترتیب 0.007، 0.084، 0.074 ، 0.088، 0.086 میلی گرم بر لیتر در روز بود. محيط با محتواي پساب 6% (کربن: نيتروژن: فسفر = 161: 17: 1؛ کربن/ نيتروژن = 9.55) بهترين محيط توليد بیومس بود. نرخ رشد پلتنزيس با استفاده از معادله گمپرتز اصلاح شده (98/0-93/0R2 =) با موفقیت مدل سازی شد. در پیش بینی از طریق گمپرتز اصلاح شده، حداکثر تولید بیومس (2.17 میلی گرم بر لیتر) از محیط حاوی 6٪ پساب به دست آمد. محیط کشت شماره 4 (حاوی پساب 6٪)، محیط کشت شماره 2 (حاوی پساب 2٪) و محیط کشت شماره 3 (حاوی پساب 4٪) به ترتیب منجر به تولید بیومس حاوی بیشترین مقدار پروتئین (66.62٪)، کربوهیدرات (61.23٪) و لیپید (٪ 19.66) شدند.


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