submerged culture

submerged culture

[səb′mərjd ′kəl·chər]
(microbiology)
A method for growing pure cultures of aerobic bacteria in which microorganisms are incubated in a liquid medium subjected to continuous, vigorous agitation.
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The conventionally submerged culture cells exhibited inerratic shapes with smooth surface, but ALI cultured cells displayed anomalous shapes and rough cell surfaces with abundant secretions observed under a scanning electron microscopy (Figure 2).
Optimization of submerged culture condition for the production of mycelial biomass and exopolysaccharides by Agrocybe cylindracea.
Effect of carbon and nitrogen source on the production and carbohydrate composition of exopolysaccharide by submerged culture of Pleurotus citrinopileatus.
Among the topics are the effect of low temperatures on the fluctuating asymmetry of China-Lindian native chickens, feature extraction on Xinjiang high morbidity esophagus cancer based on wavelet transform, the anti-tumor effect of shenfuweikang herbs on mice loaded with gastric carcinoma, exploring the human oral microbiome related to health and disease by illumina high-throughput sequencing, and improved mycelium biomass by submerged culture of Antrodia cinnamomea using the Plackett-Burman design and response surface methodology.
Mycochemical Profile of Mycelial and Fruiting Body of Paneoluscyanescens and its Optimal Submerged Culture Condiitons for Antioxidant Properties.
Optimization of submerged culture for the production of naphthoquinones pigment by Fusarium verticillioides.
Production of a new lysergic derivative in submerged culture by a strain of Clavicepspaspali, Stevens and Hall.
Therefore, new techniques like the submerged culture, a system capable of generating a variety of metabolites and in which the filamentous fungi have great importance (Gomes et al.
terreus MJL05 batch fermentation in submerged culture with glycerol as the sole carbon substrate.
Production of Mushroom Mycelium by Submerged Culture Process
From humble beginnings to today, its state-of-the-art production facilities employ the most advanced solid state and submerged culture fermentation technologies to produce more than 200 enzymes and enzyme blends.
Adams Award at the Wine Industry Technical Symposium (WITS) next January 31, is an authority on production of submerged culture flor sherries.