In Vitro Cultivation of Micro-organisms
Butterworth-Heinemann, Jan 1, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 315 pages
A biological examination of the underlying themes to consider how pure cultures of micro-organisms may be isolated from their primary sources to measure their growth and to examine the perameters which influence their performance in culture.
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Nutrition and cultivation of microorganisms
Summary and objectives
The estimation of biomass
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aerobic agar anaerobic antibiotics antimicrobial agent bacteria bacterial cells bacteriophage bacterium batch culture biomass biomass concentration biomass feedback bioreactor buffer carbon source cell cycle cell membrane cell number cell wall chapter chemical chemostat coli components compounds constant containing continuous culture determined dilution rate disinfectants dissolved oxygen dry weight effect electron energy environment enzyme Equation Escherichia coli eukaryotic example exponential phase factors fermentation Figure filter glucose grow growth yield coefficient halophiles hazard groups heat host cell increase incubation infection inhibit isolation laboratory large numbers limiting nutrient liquid living cells measurement medium mesophiles metabolic method micro-organisms microbial microbiology molecular nitrogen nucleic acid number of cells organisms penicillin phage plate production protein psychrophiles pure cultures replication sample specific growth rate steady-state sterilisation structure substrate concentration synthesis technique temperature thermophiles toxic vessel viral virions virus viruses yeast