By Saul L. Neidleman (ed.), Allen I. Laskin (ed.)
Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this e-book covers such themes as environmental evaluate of biotechnological procedures and microbial ameliorations of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.
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Based on this criterion, the temperature employed by various workers ranged from 30"to 45°C. , 1945). , 1945). , 1945). , 1960), 40°C (Ramesh and Lonsane, 1987a), and 45°C (Ramesh and Lonsane, 1987b). Feniksova et al. (1960) studied enzyme production by B. subtilis at 30°C and 37°C and reported that the higher temperature (37°C)promoted better growth and a greater accumulation of enzyme. Recently, incubation temperature was found to have a profound effect on enzyme yield and the duration of the enzyme synthesis phase by B.
Studies of comparative substrate inhibition in SmF and SSF processes will be highly useful from an industrial point of view. 7. Comparison of enzyme yields in SmF and SSF processes and the cost of production as well as capital and recurring expenses will be helpful to the fermentation industry.
This necessitates the use of lower substrate concentration or the utilization of specific fermentation strategies to overcome the problem that lead to a higher cost of production. In the SSF technique, the substrate inhibition problems are known to be minimized or eliminated. Studies of comparative substrate inhibition in SmF and SSF processes will be highly useful from an industrial point of view. 7. Comparison of enzyme yields in SmF and SSF processes and the cost of production as well as capital and recurring expenses will be helpful to the fermentation industry.