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Applied Microbiology Skyline College 1 Biology 240—Case Objectives 1. Define the following terms: applied microbiology, biotechnology, fermentation. 2. List the microorganisms most commonly used in industrial processes. 3. Describe the source(s) of microbes in natural fermentations. 4. List an example of each of the following types of cultures: pure culture, succession, consortia. 5. Identify an advantage and disadvantage of each of the following: continuous culture; batch fermentation; solid-state fermentation; immobilized cells. 6. List 10 microbial products. Definitions • Industrial Microbiology • Biotechnology • Fermentation World History • 20,000+ years ago • 1502 • 1620 • 1849 • 1912 • 1914 • 1939 • Now
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Applied Microbiology Skyline College 2 Biology 240—Case Starch Maltose Germinate Glucose + Malting Lager: Ale: Starch Maltose Germinate
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Unformatted text preview: Glucose + Malting Succession Sucrose Ethyl alcohol + CO 2 Acetic acid Consortium Malic acid Lactic acid Applied Microbiology Skyline College 3 Biology 240—Case • Primary metabolite • Secondary metabolite • Batch fermentation • Continuous culture • Fed-batch fermentation • Solid-state fermentation Time Glucose Cells Time Glucose CO 2 Designer Jeans • Cotton • Bleaching • Sizing • Dyeing • Washing • Gossypeum • Chlorine • Starch • Indigofera • Soap, water, washing machine Blue Jeans Applied Microbiology Skyline College 4 Biology 240—Case Natural processes Products Products Whole Cells A Problem • Hot water is $. • Detergents don’t remove grease in cold water. • Detergents biodegrade slowly. • How can you improve laundry products?...
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