submerged fermentation

submerged fermentation

[səb′mərjd ‚fər·mən′tā·shən]
(microbiology)
Industrial production of antibiotics, enzymes, and other substances by growing the microorganisms that produce the product in a submerged culture.
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Mineral contents for the Production of glucoamylase in submerged fermentation by using Aspergillus sp.
The cephalosporin production is carried out by submerged fermentation and solid state fermentation (Kim et al., 2007; Cuadra et al., 2008).
After evaluation of toxicity, this work may provide helpful information about the industrial production and application of antimicrobial compounds from fungi through submerged fermentation.
In previous studies, Mohammad et al and Rajesh et al have reported that the commercial production of L-asparaginase by submerged fermentation using different bacterial species required optimum pH between around pH=8.0 (19,20).
This production of lipase was superior to a comparative study of the production of biosurfactants by the Aspergillus fungus under submerged fermentation (6 days, 30[degrees]C with agitation of 120 min.-1) and solid state fermentation (12 days at 30[degrees]C) that reached lipolytic activity of 4.5 U [g.sup.-1] and 25.0 U [g.sup.-1] after 96h, respectively.
Optimization of various culture media for tannase production in submerged fermentation by Aspergillus flavus.
Optimization experiments were carried out by submerged fermentation using standardized inoculum (106 spores/mL) at pH 4.5, 6.0 and 7.5, temperature 22, 28 and 37AdegC and substrates wheat bran, maize and rice husk with varying concentrations of 1, 3 and 5 percent for seven days of incubation period.
androsaceus, the mycelium obtained from submerged fermentation of the species contains a variety of pharmacologically active ingredients, including polysaccharides, alkaloids, cholesteryl acetate, and flavone (15).
Approximately 90% of all industrial biocatalysts are produced by submerged fermentation, frequently using specifically optimized media and genetically manipulated microorganisms.
Advancement and comparative profiles in the production technologies using solid-state and submerged fermentation for microbial cellulases.