Advances in Applied Microbiology, Vol. 35 by Saul L. Neidleman (ed.), Allen I. Laskin (ed.)

By Saul L. Neidleman (ed.), Allen I. Laskin (ed.)

Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this booklet covers such themes as environmental review of biotechnological strategies and microbial modifications of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.

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LONSANE A N D M. V. KAMESH the moist solids and the problem of mixing a small quantity of acidic or alkaline solutions with the large body of the moist fermenting solids to achieve pH control throughout the duration of the fermentation experiment. In fungal SSF processes, the buffering capacity of some medium constituents is employed to eliminate the need for pfi control (Chahal, 1983). Another approach to minimize the acidification of the fermenting medium is to use urea instead of ammonium salts for nitrogen supplementation of the medium (Raimbault and Alazard, 1980).

Park and Rivera (1982) Park and Rivera (1982) Beckord e t a ! (1945); Qadeer et al. , Ltd. , Ltd. 5 because of a reduction in substrate porosity, loss of the structure of WB, development of stickiness in the moist medium, and difficulty in oxygen transfer thereby making such a medium difficult to use, especially on a large scale. , 1960). , 1961; Park and Rivera, 1982; Tobey and Yousten, 1976). 17) was employed by Lulla and Subrahmanyan (1954). , R. K. LONSANE AND M. V. , 1961), or nutrient sporulation broth containing 8 g/liter DIFCO nutrient broth with 7 x M CaC12, 5 X M MnC12, and 1 x M MgClz (Tobey and Yousten, 1976).

1985). The ideal solid substrate is one that provides all the necessary nutrients to the microorganism for optimum function. The cost and availability are other important considerations. In some cases, the extent of mechanical or chemical treatment necessary to improve the amenability of the solid substrate to microbial attack and the physicochemical changes occurring after sterilization of the solid substrate determine its suitability for use in the SBF process. , 1985). Various solid substrates used by different workers in the production of bacterial a-amylase in the SSF technique are listed in Table 111.

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