BIOPROCESSED OF TIGER PRAWN (Penaeus monodon) WASTE PRODUCT BY DEPROTEINATION AND DEMINERALIZATION ON NUTRIENT PRODUCT
R Roostita L. Balia, A Abun, T Tjitjah Aisjah, S Sjafril Darana
Research has been conducted in Laboratory of Poultry Nutrition, Non Ruminant and Feed Industry, Faculty of Animal Husbandry, Padjadjaran University, Jatinangor Sumedang. The Study was aimed to know and carried out the best nutrient products on processing of tiger prawn waste product (Penaeus monodon) through bio-process which consist of two stages: deproteination and demineralization by Bacillus licheniformis and Aspergillus niger respectively. There are two treatment used in this research, dose of inoculums and bio-process time. Nested experimental design were used on the research, A factor as dose of inoculum (Bacillus licheniformis, 3,4,5% and Aspergillus niger 2,3,4%) nested in B factor as bioprocess time (deproteinated 3,4,5 days and demineralized 2,3,4 days) with three repetitions. The results showed the best nutrient composition product (crude protein 48,54%, crude fiber 9,62%, calcium 6,94% dan fosfor 2,01 %) for 4 % Bacillus licheniformis with 4 days bioprocess and 3% Aspergillus niger with 4 days bioprocess.
Key words: bioprocess, deproteination, demineralization, tiger prawn waste, nutrient