acetobacter xylinum growth rate?
khatipovNO at NOuchicago.edu
Thu Aug 29 14:48:18 EST 2002
And I forgot to mention another method - microscopic counting. I guess cells
in a biofilm can be lift up from the surface (of an e.g. petri dish) with
the glass slide. Counting can be done by view field, or using special
eyepieces with grids.
"DKafkewitz" <dkafkewitz at aol.com> wrote in message
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> Emir: I do not think that would work. Pellicle growth is limited by the
> area available. In tubers that is verly little indeed.
> I suspect vigourous aeration of flask cultures on a shaker might produce
> growth in suspended culture, but from what little I know of Acetobacter I
> believe it is biofilm growth and the metablic products produced that is
> usually of interest.
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