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10.1002/bit.260350303.abs It is known that two microbial species competing for a single rate‐limiting nutrient cannot grow together in a chemostat under steady‐state operation, but eventually the species with the lower specific growth rate at the particular operating conditions will become...
10.1002/bit.260350310.abs A two‐stage continuous system in combination with a temperature‐sensitive expression system were used as model systems to maximize the productivity of a cloned gene and minimize the problem associated with the plasmid instability for a high‐expression recombinant....
10.1002/bit.260350306.abs This article calculates optimal open‐loop temperature trajectories that maximize the average rate of product synthesis of a plant cell culture. It uses a previously published five‐state mathematical model which describes the growth and product synthesis of a batch...
10.1002/bit.260350309.abs Diffusion of phenol through a biofilm attached to activated carbon particles was investigated. The biofilm was grown on activated carbon particles in a draft‐tube three‐phase fluidized‐bed bioreactor operating in a fed‐batch mode. It was found that phenol did not...
10.1002/bit.260350311.abs Suspension cultures of Nicotiana tabacum were grown in a batch fermentor using different agitation systems. The effects of the impeller type, size, and agitation speed on the productivity of cell mass and secondary metabolites (phenolics) have been investigated. The use...
10.1002/bit.260350304.abs In an effort to develop an understanding of the interaction of inorganic carbon and light limitation in algal biofilms, a mathematical model was developed, based on well‐established mathematical descriptions of the biological, chemical, and physical processes involved....
10.1002/bit.260350302.abs Theoretical and experimental studies concerning the application of modern adaptive techniques for the control of continuous alcoholic fermentation of glucose by a yeast strain conducted in a multistage reactor are reported. The practical control objective was the...
10.1002/bit.260350305.abs Enhancement of the productivity of xylanase and β‐xy‐losidase of Aspergillus ochraceus was investigated by multistep mutagenesis. The spores of the wild strain were subjected to UV and N‐methyl‐N‐nitro‐N‐nitro‐soguanidine (NTG). The hyperxylanolytic...
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