By Bohumil Sikyta (Eds.)
This article bargains a therapy of the innovations within the multidisciplinary box of utilized microbiology and an in depth survey of contemporary and significant advances.
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1111111111 Fig. 8 Development of a colony with a relatively large radius (Hattori, 1985) 1 -- initial nutrient concentration level, h -- colony height, r width of the growing zone, A r - - increment of the growing zone width, Aa cross-section through the growing zone 1 Under these assumptions the colony radius will increase exponentially and the slope of the plot of lnr versus t will be linearly related to the specific growth rate. Study of a visible colony of Escherichia coli revealed that at a radius larger than 2 mm the colony grows no longer exponentially but linearly.
These compounds are often exported from the cells only after growth cessation. If the carbon source is supplied in excess, the product does not change (in contrast to processes of the second group). Product yields are usually increased by supplying precursors at a certain time point. _ ...... ,i,........ \- / ~ -.. "-), t f L_/__U '~t time 3 O9 ~J r A c ---~ time Fig. 2 Classification of processes according to reaction type Deindoerfer (1960) proposed the following classification of microbial processes according to the types of participating reactions: a) Simple reactions.
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Techniques in Applied Microbiology by Bohumil Sikyta (Eds.)