Richard F. Baum

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Selenium accumulation and the growth of cyanobacterium Spirulina platensis (Nordst.) Geitl. were studied in a culture with sodium selenite-supplemented nutritional medium. Selenite concentrations below 20 mg/l did not inhibit the growth of S. platensis. The addition of 30 mg/l of this salt somewhat decreased the growth rate during the linear growth phase,(More)
The growth of Candida guilliermondii on media with glucose and acetate is described by statistical functions for cell volume (size) distribution. Special instrument has been used to measure the volume of cells and volume distributions. Changes in the morphological structure of populations (both in the average size of cells and in the extent of the size(More)
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