Visualization of Microfloral Metabolism for Marine Waste Recycling
AbstractMarine biomass including fishery products are precious protein resources for human foods and are an alternative to livestock animals in order to reduce the virtual water problem. However, a large amount of marine waste can be generated from fishery products and it is not currently recycled. We evaluated the metabolism of digested marine waste using integrated analytical methods, under anaerobic conditions and the fertilization of abandoned agricultural soils. Dynamics of fish waste digestion revealed that samples of meat and bony parts had similar dynamics under anaerobic conditions in spite of large chemical variations in input marine wastes. Abandoned agricultural soils fertilized with fish waste accumulated some amino acids derived from fish waste, and accumulation of l-arginine and l-glutamine were higher in plant seedlings. Therefore, we have proposed an analytical method to visualize metabolic dynamics for recycling of fishery waste processes. View Full-Text
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Ogura, T.; Hoshino, R.; Date, Y.; Kikuchi, J. Visualization of Microfloral Metabolism for Marine Waste Recycling. Metabolites 2016, 6, 7.
Ogura T, Hoshino R, Date Y, Kikuchi J. Visualization of Microfloral Metabolism for Marine Waste Recycling. Metabolites. 2016; 6(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ogura, Tatsuki; Hoshino, Reona; Date, Yasuhiro; Kikuchi, Jun. 2016. "Visualization of Microfloral Metabolism for Marine Waste Recycling." Metabolites 6, no. 1: 7.
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