Published November 30, 1986
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|Contributions||J. D. Stowell (Editor), A. J. Beardsmore (Editor), C. W. Keevil (Editor), J. R. Woodward (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
Carbon substrates in biotechnology. Oxford [Oxfordshire] ; Washington, D.C.: Published for the Society for General Microbiology by IRL Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Carbon substrates in biotechnology. Oxford [Oxfordshire] ; Washington, D.C.: Published for the Society for General Microbiology by IRL Press, (OCoLC) Journals & Books; Help Although fermentation with single carbon sources is the preferred mode of operation in current industrial biotechnology, the use of multiple substrates has been continuously investigated throughout the years. Generally, microbial metabolism varies significantly when cells are presented with mixed carbon substrates Cited by: Journals & Books; Help Download PDF Although fermentation with single carbon sources is the preferred mode of operation in current industrial biotechnology, the use of multiple substrates has been continuously investigated throughout the years. microbial metabolism varies significantly when cells are presented with mixed carbon Cited by: Chin-Han Shu, in Bioprocessing for Value-Added Products from Renewable Resources, Carbon catabolite repression. Carbon sources are mainly used for cell growth and product formation. However, the production of the secondary metabolites usually occurs when carbon sources in the media are limited; that is, the presence of carbon sources would repress the formation of the secondary.
Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Book • Second Edition • –1 mm, substrate initial moisture content of 80% for the top tray and 70% for the middle tray, and supplementation of substrate with 8% (v/w) olive oil as a carbon source, and the use of urea (2% w/w) as the nitrogenous supplement led to maximum lipase production. Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and s: 2. In book: Algae Based Polymers, Blends, and Composites (pp) that can be used as carbon supply or substrate for fermentation. Significant advances have been achieved in microalgae. In book: Advances in Industrial Biotechnology (pp) Chapter: Industrial Biotechnology: An Overview; Publisher: I. K. International Publishingh House Pvt. Ltd.
of degradation pathways and the selection of substrates by mutations in A Text Book of Biotechnology gases and replacing products currently made from declining fossil carbon . Carbon substrates have been modified in this manner with molecules containing terminal alcohols, aldehydes, amides, carboxylic acids, ethers, esters, and halogens (11, 60, 62, 77, 79–81). Many of these functional groups are either directly compatible with biomolecule attachment or are compatible after an on-surface reaction. The pace of progress in fermentation microbiology and biotechnology is fast and furious, with new applications being implemented that are resulting in a spectrum of new products, from renewable energy to solvents and pharmaceuticals Fermentation Microbiology and Biotechnology, Second Edition builds on the foundation of the original seminal work, extending its reach to reflect the 2/5(1). 3. Component in the nutrient medium, supplying the organisms with carbon (C-substrate), nitrogen (N-substrate), etc. Source: PAC, , 64, (Glossary for chemists of terms used in biotechnology (IUPAC Recommendations )) on page