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Better bacteria growth nutrient - PowerPoint PPT Presentation. Reaction-diffusion equations with spatially distributed hysteresis. Reaction-diffusion equations with spatially distributed hysteresis. Pavel Gurevich, Sergey Tikhomirov Free University of Berlin Roman Shamin Shirshov Institute of Oceanology , RAS, Moscow. Wittenberg, December 12, 2011. Example: metabolic …

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9. 9 pH and Microbial Growth pH – measure of [H+ ] each organism has a pH range and a pH optimum acidophiles – optimum in pH range 1-4 alkalophiles – optimum in pH range 8.5-11 lactic acid bacteria – 4-7 …

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Bacterial nutrition growth and physiology Tarek Mahbub Khan. factors affecting the microbial growth narayanianu. Nutrition Mohammedalaa93. Microbial growth Praveen Garg. 1 physical factors Raj Sharma. Chapter 4 …

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1. Cultivation, Growth and Nutrition of Bacteria. 2. Cultivation/Culturing of Bacteria • A microbial culture, is a method of multiplying microorganisms by letting them reproduce in predetermined culture media …

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2. Bacterial Growth • Increase in number of cells, not cell size • One cell becomes colony of millions of cells. 3. Bacterial division. 4. Generation Time • Time required for cell to divide/for population to double. • Average for …

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for growth of specific bacteria, analogously leading to a value for optimal growth rate. In the case of temperature, bacteria are divided into categories based on the temperature range where they can grow and the temperature that provides optimal growth. 15 Temperature Psychrophile 0o to 18o C Psychrotroph 20C to 30C Important in food spoilage

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Hydrogen ion concentration (pH) • Most pathogenic bacteria grow at pH that is close to the human body (pH 7.2) • Some bacteria grow better at alkaline pH (8-9) e.g. Vibrio cholera. • Some bacteria grow better at acidic …

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Bacterial Growth and Nutrition Bacterial nutrition and culture media Chemical and physical factors affecting growth The nature of bacterial growth – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as an HTML5 slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 3bb619-OThkO

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Bacterial Growth and Nutrition Bacterial nutrition and culture media Chemical and physical factors affecting growth The nature of bacterial growth – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as an HTML5 slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 488f50-M2U5N

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Bacterial Nutrition Water constitutes 80% of the total weight of bacterial cells. Proteins, polysaccharides, lipids, nucleic acids, mucopeptides & low molecular weight compounds make up the remaining 20%. For growth & multiplication, the minimum nutritional requirements are water, a source of carbon, a source of nitrogen & some inorganic salts. Dr. Shyamal Kr Paul 33. …

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PowerPoint Presentation: Nutritional Type Energy Source Carbon Source Examples Photoautotrophs Light CO 2 Cyanobacteria , some Purple and Green Bacteria Photoheterotrophs Light Organic compounds Some Purple and Green Bacteria Chemoautotrophs or Lithotrophs ( Lithoautotrophs ) Inorganic compounds, e.g. H 2 , NH 3 , NO 2 , H 2 S CO 2 A few Bacteria …

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As with temperature, bacteria have minimum, optimum and maximum pH ranges. _____ Protozoans and most bacteria . have an optimum . pH. range of 6.5 to 7.5. pH range of human organs and tissues. _____ Most fungi & some bacteria . grow best in acid niches. Obligate acidophiles . have to live in an acidic environment. Acid-tolerant Microbes

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Bacterial Growth Industrial Microbiology. Bacterial growth • Binary fission • Generation time • Phases of growth. Binary fission • Prokaryote cells grow by increasing in cell number (as opposed to increasing in size). • Replication is by binary fission, the splitting of one cell into two • Therefore, bacterial populations increase

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10. 10 pH and Microbial Growth • The acidity or alkalinity of an environment can greatly affect microbial growth. • Most organisms grow best between pH 6 and 8, but some organisms have evolved to grow best at low or high pH. The internal pH of a cell must stay relatively close to neutral even though the external pH is highly acidic or basic.

What is bacteria culture?

Cultivation, Growth and Nutrition of Bacteria 2. Cultivation/Culturing of Bacteria • A microbial culture, is a method of multiplying microorganisms by letting them reproduce in predetermined culture media under controlled laboratory conditions.

What are the 3 factors that affect microbial growth?

3. 3 Temperature and Microbial Growth • Cardinal temperatures – minimum – optimum – maximum • Temperature is a major environmental factor controlling microbial growth. 4. 4 Temperature • Minimum Temperature: Temperature below which growth ceases, or lowest temperature at which microbes will grow.

What is the process of bacterial growth?

Bacterial Growth <ul><li>Bacteria divide by a Process called Binary Fission </li></ul> 4. Binary Fission <ul><li>Binary Fission is a type of Asexual reproduction in single celled organisms </li></ul><ul><li>Each cell divides into 2 equal sized offspring </li></ul> 5.

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