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Quantitative Aspects of Growth and Metabolism of Microorganisms - A. H. Stouthamer

Quantitative Aspects of Growth and Metabolism of Microorganisms

By: A. H. Stouthamer (Editor)

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Published: 1992
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Application of recent advances, such as non-equilibrium thermodynamics, the maintenance concept and the material balancing method, to the description, of microbial growth has suggested new experimental approaches which have yielded a wealth of data. These data have been used to develop mathematical models of microbial growth and metabolism, and the models have made it possible to direct the metabolism of a microorganism in such a way that more of a certain desired product is made. While a full quantitative description of all aspects of microbial growth and metabolism is till remote, the new approaches are opening up large areas of new potential -- it is now possible, for instance, to deal with individual cells in a population and with quantitative aspects of product formation and optimisation. Microbiologists, biochemists and physiologists will find this an invaluable update on a field of great promise.

Editorialp. 131
Quantitation of microbial metabolismp. 133
Quantifying heterogeneity: flow cytometry of bacterial culturesp. 145
Microbial growth dynamics on the basis of individual budgetsp. 159
Quantitative aspects of cellular turnoverp. 175
Quantitative approaches to the analysis of the control and regulation of microbial metabolismp. 193
Quantification of control of microbial metabolism by substrates and enzymesp. 209
On multiple-nutrient-limited growth of microorganisms, with special reference to dual limitation by carbon and nitrogen substratesp. 225
A new thermodynamically based correlation of chemotrophic biomass yieldsp. 235
The use of stoichiometric relations for the description and analysis of microbial culturesp. 257
Application of a metabolic balancing technique to the analysis of microbial fermentation datap. 275
Metabolite production and growth efficiencyp. 293
Determination of the maximum product yield from glucoamylase-producing Aspergillus niger grown in the recycling fermentorp. 313
Physiology of yeasts in relation to biomass yieldsp. 325
Formation of fermentation products and extracellular protease during anaerobic growth of Bacillus licheniformis in chemostat and batch-culturep. 355
Quantitative aspects of glucose metabolism by Escherichia coli B/r, grown in the presence of pyrroloquinoline quinonep. 373
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ISBN: 9780792315988
ISBN-10: 0792315987
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 252
Published: 1992
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.82
Edition Number: 60