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|Title: ||Antimicrobial activity of steady state cultures of Bacillus sp CCMI 1051 against wood contaminant fungi|
|Authors: ||Caldeira, A Teresa|
Arteiro, J M
Roseiro, J C
|Keywords: ||Bacillus sp.|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Citation: ||Caldeira A.T., Savluchinske-Feio S., Arteiro Santos J.M., Roseiro J.C. (2006) "Antimicrobial activity of steady state cultures of Bacillus sp CCMI 1051 against wood contaminant fungi". Biochemical Engineering Journal, 30, 231-236.|
|Abstract: ||The effect of changing dilution rate (D) on Bacillus sp. CCMI 1051 at dilution rates between 0.1 and 0.55 h−1 in a glucose-limited medium
was studied. Biomass values varied between 0.88 and 1.1 g L−1 at D values of 0.15–0.35 h−1. Maximal biomass productivity was found to
be 0.39 g L−1 h−1, obtained at D= 0.35 h−1 and corresponding to a 54.4% conversion of the carbon into cell mass. The highest rate of glucose
consumption was 4.45 mmol g−1 h−1 occurring at D= 0.4 h−1. The glucose concentration inside the chemostat was below the detection level starting
to accumulate around 0.4 h−1. Growth inhibition of fifteen strains of fungi by the broth of the steady-state cell-free supernatants was assessed.
Results showed that the relative inhibition differ among the target species but was not influenced by the dilution rate changing.|
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