1 edition of Theoretical and methodological basis of continuous culture of microorganisms found in the catalog.
Theoretical and methodological basis of continuous culture of microorganisms
by Pub. House of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Academic Press in Prague, New York
Written in English
|Other titles||Kontinuální kultivace mikroorganismu. English.|
|Statement||edited by Ivan Málek and Zdeněk Fencl. Translated by Jindřich Liebster.|
|Contributions||Málek, Ivan., Fencl, Zdeněk.|
|LC Classifications||QR66 .K613|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||655|
|LC Control Number||65013046|
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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. Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of Microorganisms - Kindle edition by Málek, Ivan, Fenel, Zdeněk.
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Theoretical and methodological basis of continuous culture of microorganisms. Prague, Pub. House of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences; New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Theoretical and methodological basis of continuous culture of microorganisms.
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last download. SUMMARY: A theoretical treatment of continuous culture is given, which allows quantitative prediction of the steady-state concentrations of bacteria and substrate in the culture, and how these may be expected to vary with change of medium, concentration and flow-rate.
The layout and operation of a small pilot plant for the continuous culture of bacteria are described. The heyday of continuous culture was in the s, when its versatility and reproducibility were used to address fundamental problems in diverse microbiological fields such as biochemistry, ecology, genetics and physiology.
The advent of molecular genetics in the s and s led to a decline in the popularity of continuous culture as a standard laboratory tool. Book: Theoretical and methodical basis of continuous culture of microorganisms. pp pp. Abstract: In this translation from the Czech, by J.
Liebster, following an introduction, sections by separate authors deal with continuous systems, a theoretical analysis of continuous culture systems, techniques techniques Subject Category.
Hospodka, J. Industrial application of continuous fermentation. In Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of Microorganisms, pp. – Edited by I. Malek & Z. Fencl. Prague: Publishing House of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences.
Google Scholar. Continuous culture under elevated pressures is an important technique for expanding the exploration of microbial growth and survival in extreme environments associated with the deep biosphere. Here we present a benchtop stirred continuous culture bioreactor capable of withstanding temperatures ranging from 25 to °C and pressures as high as 69 MPa.
Malek, Z. Fencl (Eds.), Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of Microorganisms, Publishing House of CAS, Prague (), p.
81 Google Scholar Hayduck, 1. Author(s): Málek,Ivan; Fencl,Zdenĕk Title(s): Theoretical and methodological basis of continuous culture of microorganisms, ed. by Ivan Málek and Zdenĕk Fencl. [from Czech] by Jindr̆ich Liebster.
Country of Publication: Czech Republic Publisher: Prague, Pub. This paper gives a very thorough treatment, based on the Monod-Novick and Szilard theories [this Bulletin,v. 26, ; NOVICK and SZILARD, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci.,v. 36, ] of the considerations involved in the continous culture of microorganisms.
The authors reach the conclusion, by mathematical reasoning too detailed to summarize here, that conditions of maximum production. continuous culture A technique used to grow microorganisms or cells continually in a particular phase of growth.
For example, if a constant supply of cells is required, a cell culture maintained in the log phase is best; the conditions must therefore be continually monitored and adjusted accordingly so that the cells do not enter the stationary phase (see bacterial growth curve).
Continuous Cultivation of Microorganisms deals with research studies on the continuous processes in cultivation and their applications in industrial production. Divided into 40 chapters, the book is composed of contributions of authors who have conducted extensive studies on continuous cultivation.
A continuous culture is that where a steady exponential phase for growth of culture retards due to depletion of nutrients, rather than by accumulation of toxic products; it is prevented by addition of fresh medium to the fermenter and removal of spent medium and microbial biomass from it as a result of which the exponontial phase of culture is.
Microorganisms grow from a culture. is a method of multiplying microbial organisms by letting them reproduce in predetermined culture media under controlled laboratory conditions.
Microbial cultures are used to determine the type of organism, its abundance in the sample being tested, or both. Abstract Biofilms can be defined as communities of microorganisms attached to a surface.
It is clear that microorganisms undergo profound changes during their transition from planktonic (free-swimming) organisms to cells that are part of a complex, Read More. Full Text HTML; Download PDF.
Present state and perspectives of biochemical engineering. Authors; Authors and affiliations Theoretical and Methodological Basis of Continuous Culture of Microorganisms.
Prague: Publ. House Czechoslov. Acad. Sci. Google Scholar. Málek I. () Present state and perspectives of biochemical engineering. In: Advances in. Continuous culture methods were developed to grow cells in a constant environment and have been used for decades to study basic microbial physiology in a controlled and reproducible manner.
Our review summarizes the uses of continuous cultures in cell physiology studies and process development, with a focus on recombinant protein-producing. A Mathematical Model for the Continuous Culture of Microorganisms Utilizing Inhibitory Substrates JOHN F.
ANDREWS, Environmental Systems Engineering, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina Summary A mathematical model is presented for both batch and continuous cultures of microorganisms utilizing inhibitory substrates.The Continuous Culture of Microorganisms: Continuous Culture System!
A microbial population of can be maintained in the exponential growth phase and at a constant biomass concentration for extended periods.!
Open System: system with constant environmental conditions maintained through continual provision of nutrients and removal of wastes.Continuous Culture: Unlike batch culture, a continuous culture is that in which fresh nutrients are supplied and the end-products continuously removed through a siphon-flow.
A continuous culture, therefore, helps maintaining exponential growth of bacterial population at a constant rate for over a long period of time.