chemostat


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chemostat

(ˈkiːməʊˌstæt; ˈkɛm-)
n
(Biochemistry) an apparatus for growing bacterial cultures at a constant rate by controlling the supply of nutrient medium
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Chemostat
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Development of an oligonucleotide probe targeting 16S rRNA and its application for detection and quantitation of the ruminal bacterium Synergistes jonesii in a mixed-population chemostat.
Antagonistic control of microbial pathogens under iron limitations by siderophore producing bacteriain a chemostat setup.
AT THE EXPENSE OF NUTRIENT CONSUMPTION IN THE CHEMOSTAT, 'Kale
Sharma A, Thakur IS, Characterization of pentachlorophenol degrading bacterial consortium from chemostat.
1997 Nitrosomonas europea chemostat culture Jiang and Bakken 1999 Cultures (various nitrifiers) Ingwersen et al.
Therefore, state-of the-art enrichment techniques using chemostat and sequencing batch cultivation with inocula from geothermal sites and driven by physiological information from metagenomic/metatranscriptomic data have a high potential to result in novel isolates.
2012) Nitrogen isotope ratio of cyanobacterial chlorophyll: Chemostat vs.
Analysis of gene expression in Escherichia coli in response to changes of growth-limiting nutrient in chemostat cultures.
Carbon and electron flow inClostridium butyricum grown in chemostat culture on glucoseglycerol mixtures.
The system has been utilized as a semi-continuous chemostat model for perfusion culture in 10 to 15 mL micro-bioreactors by using the workstation's integrated cell counter to monitor cell density and calculate both cell growth rates and dilution volumes required to maintain stable cell density.
The ambr system has been used as a semi-continuous chemostat model for perfusion culture in 10-15mL micro bioreactors by using the ambr workstation's integrated cell counter to monitor cell density and calculate both cell growth rates and dilution volumes required to maintain stable cell density.
The ambr system has been used as a semicontinuous chemostat model for perfusion culture in 10-15mL micro bioreactors by using the ambr workstation's integrated cell counter to monitor cell density and calculate both cell growth rates and dilution volumes required to maintain stable cell density.