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fermenter

[fər′ment·ər]
(food engineering)
A vessel used for fermenting, such as a vat for fermenting mash in brewing.
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On day 10 of each period, two 10-ml samples were collected from each fermenter, using a wide-bore pipette, at 3 h post morning feeding for FA analysis (AbuGhazaleh and Jacobson, 2007) and bacterial analysis (AbuGhazaleh et al.
Further tests with a 100-liter fermenter are planned, says Liu.
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Seal up your fermenter, place it in a cool dark place and wait anywhere from five to eight weeks, depending on how strong you like your kraut.
pharmaceutical company that called the instrument a "best practices" method for finding leaks in bioreactors and fermenters.
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The process to generate power: wet grain and wastewater is put into a fermenter loaded with bacteria that break down organic compounds to generate methane.
The pH of fermenter contents was determined by placing a glass-electrode pH probe (Model PHS-3C, Shanghai Leici Scientific Instrument Co.
Every RALF benchtop bioreactor and fermenter comes with BioSCADA--a powerful software that requires no programming knowledge.
ee company will create around 100 jobs over the course of the 18-month construction process, with a further 300 roles expected to be created within the rm and among its suppliers once the new fermenter is fully operational.
Stockton North MP Alex Cunningham toured the plant to see how work is progressing to create a third fermenter at the site, which will boost the production of its meat-free products by 50%.
Not all of the 52 establishments were occupied with microbiology or weapons--some were workshops, garages, and cover operations; others supported the program directly with fermenter design and construction or building of weapons test chambers; while yet others carried out advanced research, which would then be given to other institutes for development.