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microscopically determined cell volume (V) may be converted
into biomass if the density and percent dry weight (DW) of the
cell are known, but often only average values such as a density
of 1.1 g/cm^3 and a ratio of dry to fresh weight of 0.22 are used
(for a review, see primary source)." See BNID 103875, 104443, 101656