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They were determined: Van Rooyen-Ellis-Du Plessi and Cillis-Odifredi maturation indices, total soluble solids (TSS) measured in Brix degrees ([degrees]Brix), hydrogen potential (pH), weight and volume of the berries, the gravity of the wort, the wort yield berries, reducing sugars, the degrees of alcohol obtained, the degree of potential alcohol, acidity (total and volatile), the temperature, the sulfur dioxide (free and total), the power fermentation (PF), the fermentation activity (AF), performance fermentative (PF), the population count and yeast generations.
Fermentative Utilization of Glycerol by Escherichia coli and Its Implications for the Production of Fuels and Chemicals, applied and environmental microbiology, 74(4): 1124-1135.
Antibiotic-susceptibility testing: Susceptibility testing follows the CLSI protocol for fermentative, Gram-negative bacilli (i.
With these tools, researchers have been able to continually improve the metabolism of the production organisms and design ever more efficient fermentative manufacturing processes.
2] concentrations than did the containers with microperforations, and therefore exhibited less fungal growth--only the development of fermentative metabolites.
Following a biochemical pathway involving enzymatic and fermentative process, yeasts or bacteria feed on sugar in the absence of oxygen producing ethanol and carbon dioxide as metabolic waste product.
Much more important is the work he did to show that when the body is no longer able to produce energy by oxidizing glucose and turns to the more primitive and extremely inefficient form of metabolism, the fermentative production of energy, (now called glycolysis), the cell is only able to do one job with such fermentative energy: grow and split and grow and split.
Chapters discuss xanthan biosynthesis by xanthomonas bacteria, microbial production of alginate, bacterial cellulose production, biosynthesis and application of cyanophycin, applications with levan, microbial hyaluronic acid biosynthesis, fermentative production of organic acids for polymer synthesis, metabolic engineering of microorganisms for oligosaccharide and polysaccharide production, microbial exopolysaccharides, and polyhydroxyalkanoates from bacterial storage compound via renewable plastic to bio-bead.
The leachate takes up organic and inorganic constituents by means of physical hydrolytic and fermentative processes (7).
With Arthur Harden he won a Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1929 for their investigations on the fermentation of sugar and fermentative enzymes.
Shepherd and her associates focused on were osmotic load within the lumen and fermentative gas content.