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Evaluation of Bio Control Efficacy of Synbiotic Cherry (Prunus avium L.) Juice

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The aim of the research was to evaluate that the effect of symbiotic fermented cherry juice containing fructo oligosaccharide to enhance the growth and activity of probiotic strains include Lactobacillus acidophilus was tested for their antibiotic susceptibility, and tolerance to bile. Antifungal activity of symbiotic cherry juice could differ in their antagonistic activity against fungal disease which could be due to the metabolite secreted by the lactic acid bacteriocin specially type of organic acids and added fructo oligo saccharide as a probiotic and for food preservation synbiotic cherry juice was identified and their major compounds was detected using gas chromatography-mass spectrum (gc-ms).

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International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 42)
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62-68
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T. Sheela et al., "Evaluation of Bio Control Efficacy of Synbiotic Cherry (Prunus avium L.) Juice", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 42, pp. 62-68, 2015
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July 2015
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