Energy recovery at different phases of growth for non-pH-adjusted cultures

Range Table - link hours
Organism Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Reference Larsson C, Blomberg A, Gustafson L. Use of Microcalorimetric Monitoring in Establishing Continuous Energy Balances and in Continuous Determinations of Substrate and Product Concentrations of Batch-Grown Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 1991. 38(5) pp.447-458 p.450 table IIIPubMed ID18604803
Method P.448 left column 3rd paragraph: "A mathematical model and direct calorimetry, as the only continuous on-line measurement, was used for the continuous indirect determination of biomass production, substrate consumption, and intermediate product formation and consumption."
Comments P.454 right column 3rd paragraph: "The energy balances that were attained are expressed in Table III as energy recovery. (ER = The sum of the energy contents of the products divided by the energy contents of the substrates substrates and products have been considered to be in the actual thermodynamic state. For explanation, see Theory and Calculations.) The calculated ER values are dependent on the chosen reference state, which is why it is important in the evaluation of such data to clearly define the reference state used (see Theory and Calculations). With the reference state used in this study, however, no major component of the system is overlooked if ER is close to one."
Entered by Uri M
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