Kinetics Of Microbial Growth And Bio Chemical Reactors

Microbial growth is the asexual reproduction, or cell division, of a bacterium into two daughter cells, in a process called binary fission. Providing no mutational event occurs, the resulting daughter cells are genetically identical to the original cell. Hence, "local doubling" of the bacterial population occurs. Both daughter cells from the division do not necessarily survive. However, if the number surviving exceeds unity on average, the bacterial population undergoes exponential growth.

  • kinetic modes for cell growth
  • Design Equations Based On Biochemical Reactions
  • substrate And Product Inhibition On Cell Growth

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