industrial microorganism

industrial microorganism

[in′dəs·trē·əl ‚mī·krō′ȯr·gə‚niz·əm]
(microbiology)
Any microorganism utilized for industrial microbiology.
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This yeast strain, a fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae can be considered man's oldest industrial microorganism," he explained, adding, "In fact, hieroglyphics suggest that the ancient Egyptians were using yeast and the process of fermentation to produce alcoholic beverages and to leaven bread over 5000 years ago.
Renew's microbial biosynthetic platform can produce natural and novel cannabinoid molecules in industrial microorganisms, including microalgae, a single-cell plant suspended in liquid.
For many products, such high efficiencies require anaerobic processes and, consequently, industrial microorganisms capable of robust anaerobic growth.
The results of the research have direct applications in the separation of various types of industrial microorganisms to be used again.
Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae (NCIM, National Collection of Industrial Microorganisms, 3090) was obtained from National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune, India.
Katarina Veljovic, Laboratory for Molecular Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms, Institute of Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering, Vojvode Stepe 444A, P.
As a text on vibrios has not been published in 20 years, Thompson (Microbial Resources Division and Brazilian Collection of Environmental and Industrial Microorganisms, Brazil), Austin (Heriot- Watt U.
Together the deals give the Danish company a more than 50% share in the market for industrial microorganisms, which allow environmentally friendly cleaning, wastewater treatment and grass/plant-growing.
Picataggio is a microbiologist with more than 25 years of experience engineering industrial microorganisms and developing fermentation processes for the production of renewable fuels and chemicals.
Picataggio brings more than 30 years experience in the metabolic engineering of industrial microorganisms and the development of fermentation processes for the production of fuels and chemicals.
degree from the Institute of Genetics and Selection of Industrial Microorganisms (Moscow, Russia) in 1990.
The rapidity of development of techniques for manipulation and/or analysis of gene sequences and expression patterns, as well as the exponential rate of accumulation of genetic information about numerous industrial microorganisms, are enormous forces propelling the field of bioengineering forward.

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