Hydrocarbon uptake in hydrocarbon fermentations.

Abstract

Candida lipolytica (strain ATCC 8662) was grown on a simple defined medium with n-hexadecane as the main carbon source under batch fementation conditions. The relative importance of the cells growing in the aqueous phase on the overall kinetics was studied. The effect of interfacial tension, unoccupied interfacial area, and pseudosolubility on the specific growth was also studied. Results are presented and discussed here.

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@article{Gutierrez1977HydrocarbonUI, title={Hydrocarbon uptake in hydrocarbon fermentations.}, author={Julio Gutierrez and Larry E. Erickson}, journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering}, year={1977}, volume={19 9}, pages={1331-49} }