First Published in 1981, this book offers a full insight into the development of cell cultures. Carefully compiled and filled with a vast repertoire of notes, diagrams, and references this book serves as a useful reference for students of microbiology and other practitioners in their respective fields.
Table of Contents
1. Continuous Culture: Where it Came From and Where it is Now. 2. The Construction and Operation of Continuous Cultures. 3. Theory of Continuous Culture. 4. Complex Systems. 5. Continuous Culture in the Fermentation Industry. 6. Single-Cell Protein Production From Methane and Methanol in Continuous Culture. 7. Transient Phenomena in Continuous Culture. Index.
1. Carbon Metabolism. 2. Bacterial Envelope Structure and Macromolecular Composition. 3. Regulation of Enzyme Synthesis as Studied in Continuous Culture. 4. Microbial Bioenergetics During Continuous Culture. 5. Genetic Studies Using Continuous Culture. 6. Continuous Culture of Plant Cells. 7. Use of Cyclostat Cultures to Study Phytoplankton Energy. Index.
Pete H. Calcott