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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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The lab comprises three separate groups--the CMPG Laboratory for Genetics and Genomics, the Laboratory of Industrial Fermentation and the Laboratory for Systems Biology.
Tyton brings an innovative raw material that removes many of the sticking points in green chemistry's value chain, along with access to a high-level industrial fermentation infrastructure.
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Produced by combining only water, carbon dioxide, sunlight and nutrients in the biosynthetic process, Protose is projected to cost less than such feedstocks as sugar cane and cellulosics, and can be used to produce a variety of commercial scale fuels and chemicals through standard industrial fermentation methods.
These agreements demonstrate the leadership position of Amyris as the only company in industrial biotechnology to produce multiple molecules at a single industrial fermentation facility and with one of the strongest contracted product pipelines in the sector.
in Environmental, Soil and Water Science from the University of Florida; a Certification in Industrial Fermentation Technology from MIT; a B.
The 25 articles in the 2014 edition of the respected series survey recent findings on viral miniproteins, 6S RNA in Escherichia coli, nonconventional yeasts for industrial fermentation, lipoteichoic acid synthesis and function, interspecies signaling by pepticoglycan, and temperature sensing by membranes.
By introducing a single gene from the bacterium Escherichia coli, researchers of the Netherlands-based Delft University of Technology and the Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Fermentation enabled this conversion of acetate to ethanol by yeast.
The filamentous form is common in industrial fermentation, in which mycelial enlargement causes high broth viscosities and complex broth rhelogy, which in turn leads to poor mixing and deficiency in mass transfer.
Barber anticipates that PHA production in existing, underutilized industrial fermentation units could reduce the cost of making PHA to under $1/lb.
Solazyme's unique, proprietary technology allows algae, when fed sugars and plant byproducts, to produce oil and biomaterials in industrial fermentation facilities.
By manipulating the genes that control the stress response of the yeast, the researchers found that they could improve its performance in industrial fermentation processes.

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