Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of Microorganisms
Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of Microorganisms deals with the continuous cultivation of microorganisms.
The book contains six chapters and opens with a discussion of the origins, principles, and development of continuous cultivation methods. This is followed by separate chapters on continuous systems (open, closed, semi-continuous systems), theoretical analysis of continuous culture systems, techniques of continuous laboratory cultivations, experimental applications of continuous cultivation, and industrial continuous fermentations.
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CHAPTER 4 Technique of Continuous Laboratory Cultivations
CHAPTER 5 Application of Continuous Cultivation in Research
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