Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Chetan D.M,Dr. Narendra Kumar S , Raghavendra H.L, and Venkatesh Kamath H, and Anil Kumar H.S
Levans are organic fructose polymers that can be found in a variety of plants and microbial products. Levan was produced using bacteria found in solid waste in an attempt to do so. The separation of organisms from solid waste. The isolated organisms were identified to be Bacillus pasturii, by using variousbiochemical tests. This organism screened for Levan production. Levan production tested toproduce by Shake flask studies.It dissolves easily in water. Levan has not been used, but if it were, it might be valuable in the food industry and for other industrial uses,it seen that 5ml of Bacillus pasteurii (orange) have the more concentration than the Bacillus pasteurii (peas). we also observed that as the amount of sample increases, the concentration of fructose also increases.it can be seen that 5ml of Bacillus pasteurii (orange) have concentration of fructose double than the Bacillus pasteurii (peas). We got high concentration of fructose in Bacillus pasteurii (peas) than the Bacillus pasteurii (orange).it can be seen that the high concentration of fructose present in the Bacillus pasteurii (orange) than the Bacillus pasteurii (peas).
Levan, 6-kestose, and Shake flask studies
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