## Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of MicroorganismsTheoretical 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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This stage represents the beginning of multiplication and of the exponential or

logarithmic part of the growth

uniformly. This growth is easily expressed by a mathematical formula

representing ...

This stage represents the beginning of multiplication and of the exponential or

logarithmic part of the growth

**curve**, in which the microorganisms are multiplyinguniformly. This growth is easily expressed by a mathematical formula

representing ...

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On plotting these values against time each point of the

percentage increase on the ordinate with regard to the preceding point, whereas

the value of the time interval on the abscissa remains unchanged.

On plotting these values against time each point of the

**curve**shows the samepercentage increase on the ordinate with regard to the preceding point, whereas

the value of the time interval on the abscissa remains unchanged.

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The mathematical theory of continuous fermentations is derived on the basis of

studies of the growth

significance of the growth

The mathematical theory of continuous fermentations is derived on the basis of

studies of the growth

**curve**under the usual conditions of the batch process. Thesignificance of the growth

**curve**from the point of view of the physiology of the ... Pagina 89

3.,

maximum specific growth rate (growth constants) a new equilibrium between the

dilution rate and the specific growth rate is A. B 10 H. 5 H8 H 4 - 6 H 3 H. 4 - 2 H.

3.,

**curve**1). Until the value of the specific growth rate surpasses the value of themaximum specific growth rate (growth constants) a new equilibrium between the

dilution rate and the specific growth rate is A. B 10 H. 5 H8 H 4 - 6 H 3 H. 4 - 2 H.

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X – concentration of microorganisms (

1), u – specific growth rate (

X – concentration of microorganisms (

**curve**2), S – substrate concentration (**curve**1), u – specific growth rate (

**curve**3), D – average dilution rate (**curve**4). Dashed**curves**refer to prolongation of the period by */10. The**curves**are calculated for ...### Cosa dicono le persone - Scrivi una recensione

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### Indice

31 | |

67 | |

CHAPTER 4 Technique of Continuous Laboratory Cultivations | 155 |

CHAPTER 5 Application of Continuous Cultivation in Research | 315 |

CHAPTER 6 Industrial Application of Continuous Fermentation | 493 |

Index of microorganisms | 647 |

Subject index | 649 |

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