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Mathematical methods of experiment design have so far found little use in the optimization of microbiological processes. The conventional optimization procedure is still the transformation of functional relationship ofn variables into n unidimensional optimizations; furthermore, the Bos-Wilson gradient method is often used. This paper presents a review of(More)
Some bioengineering problems connected with the use of conventional and unconventional raw materials in fermentation research and industry are reviewed. They include the effect of the physical state of different substrates (solid, liquid, gaseous) and considerations of physico-chemical processes, especially the identification of limiting steps. A new(More)
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