Continuous / Sub-Continious cultures

Richard Gordon GordonR at Ms.UManitoba.CA
Thu May 1 22:51:25 EST 2003


Dear Steve,
You might be interested in this extension of the concept of the chemostat:

Gordon, R. (1996). Computer controlled evolution of diatoms: design 
for a compustat .Nova Hedwigia 112, 213-216.

Should work for nematodes too.
Yours, -Dick Gordon

At 11:20 PM +0100 5/1/03, Offer, Steven wrote:
>Has anyone had success at creating a continuous or sub-continuous C.
>elegans population in liquid culture (ie. constant population
>maintained by balanced media imputs and outputs)? I think this is
>also know as a chemostat in the bacteriology world. I'm not exactly
>sure where to begin working on this, so any help is appreciated.
>
>Steve
>---


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