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Although lysozyme and penicillin are different in their molecular action on cell wall murein they produce similar morphological changes in Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae grown on agar media. 2,000–5,000 μg/ml lysozyme and 0.1–1 IU/ml penicillin induce filament formation. Filaments are able to...
A mathematical model of continuous growth of microorganisms and product formation with growth inhibition by the product is presented and investigated. Two stable steady states occur due to the competition of growth and product formation for the same limiting substrate. One stable state is...
In an attempt to examine the specific metabolic relationship between the alkane substrates and lipid products the pattern of formation of cellular lipid, especially fatty acids, has been studied in the course of incubation of cells of C. rugosa with n‐alkanes in mineral medium. C18:2, C18:1,...
Inorganic nitrogen sources like nitrate, nitrite enhanced sporulation and glycogen accumulation in Anabaena sp. but ammonium chloride neither influenced sporulation nor glycogen accumulation. Acetate and citrate also stimulated early sporulation and glycogen level was higher over nitrogen free...
Growth and fixation of nitrogen were retarded in Anabaena doliolum when grown on elemental nitrogen in presence of four different herbicides. The alga was found to be intolerant to these chemicals under nitrogen fixing conditions even in low concentrations. An inhibition of photosynthesis has...
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