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Effect of elevated dissolved carbon dioxide concentrations on growth of Corynebacterium glutamicum on D-glucose and L-lactate.
The effect of increased dissolved carbon dioxide concentrations on growth of Corynebacterium glutamicum was studied with continuous turbidostatic cultures. The carbon sources were either l-lactate orExpand
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The oxygen mass transfer, carbon dioxide inhibition, heat removal, and the energy and cost efficiencies of high pressure fermentation.
This study focuses on the enhancement of oxygen transfer in aerobic fermentation processes through the use of the reactor headspace pressure as a process variable. Our investigation was performedExpand
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Glucose oxidation by Gluconobacter oxydans: characterization in shaking-flasks, scale-up and optimization of the pH profile
Abstract In this study, the advantage of a novel measuring device for the online determination of oxygen and carbon dioxide transfer rates in shaking-flasks is reported for glucose oxidation byExpand
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Correct Application of the Sulphite Oxidation Methodology of Measuring the Volumetric Mass Transfer Coefficient kLa Under Non-Pressurized and Pressurized Conditions
In this study, the effect of the reaction kinetics of sulphite oxidation on the experimentally observed volumetric mass transfer coefficient kLa in a stirred tank under non-pressurized andExpand
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A Novel Parallel Shaken Bioreactor System for Continuous Operation
A novel continuous bioreactor system was developed as a shaken culture vessel for the investigation of the growth kinetics and product formation of microorganisms in milliscale. The novel bioreactorExpand
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Biological Activities of Sesquiterpene Lactones from Helianthus annuus: Antimicrobial and Cytotoxic Properties; Influence on DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis
Abstract Sesquiterpene lactones, produced in light and capable of inhibiting auxin-induced elongation growth of coleoptile and hypocotyl segments, were isolated from young leaves of Helianthus annuusExpand
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A stochastic model for the species-area relationship
A model is introduced which leads to the power law for the species number-area relationship of island biogeography. Starting from the equilibrium theory, populations are modelled by stochastic birthExpand
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Establishment and Rooting Response of Bermudagrass Propagated with Saline Water and Subsurface Irrigation
Irrigating with non-potable, saline water using a subsurface drip system has been suggested as a strategy to conserve water used for turf- grass. However, it is unknown if turfgrasses can beExpand
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Soil Salinity and Quality of Sprinkler and Drip Irrigated Cool‐Season Turfgrasses
A study was conducted in New Mexico from 2005 to 2007 to investigate the eff ects of two potable water-saving strategies, irrigating with saline water and using subsurface systems, on changes inExpand
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Turfgrass Establishment from Polymer-coated Seed Under Saline Irrigation
A study was conducted at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM, in 2009 and 2010 to investigate the establishment of five turfgrass species {‘Barrister’ kentucky bluegrass [Poa pratensis L.],Expand
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