Effect of bioreactor configuration on substrate uptake by cell suspension cultures of the plant Eschscholtzia californica

@article{Taticek2004EffectOB,
  title={Effect of bioreactor configuration on substrate uptake by cell suspension cultures of the plant Eschscholtzia californica},
  author={Ronald A. Taticek and M. Moo-young and Raymond L. Legge},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={280-286}
}
The uptake of carbohydrates and oxygen by cell suspension cultures of the plant Eschscholtzia californica (California poppy) was studied in relation to biomass production in shake flasks, a 1-1 stirred-tank bioreactor and a 1-1 pneumatically agitated bioreactor. The sequence of carbohydrate uptake was similar in all cases, with sucrose hydrolysis occurring followed by the preferential uptake of glucose. The uptake of fructose was found to be affected by the oxygen supply rate. Carbohydrate… CONTINUE READING

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