Explain advantages of using fungi as a source of protein, Biology

Organism:-Fungi 

Advantages:-

  • Easy to harvest from culture medium.
  • Texture of the fungi improves the functional properties of proteins.

Disdvantages:-

  • Less protein yield (5-27%).
  • Low growth rate.
  • Poor acceptability of proteins.

 

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