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Wprowadzenie do inżynierii morfologicznej mikroorganizmów strzępkowych.

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dc.contributor.author Bizukojć, Marcin
dc.contributor.editor Modrzejewska, Zofia
dc.date.accessioned 2017-06-07T06:57:33Z
dc.date.available 2017-06-07T06:57:33Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.isbn 978-83-7283-784-4
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11652/1483
dc.description Politechniki Łódzka. Wydział Inżynierii Procesowej i Ochrony Środowiska pl_PL
dc.description Lodz University of Technology. Faculty of Process and Environmental Engineering en_EN
dc.description.abstract Filamentous fungi, called moulds, and actinobacteria are the microorganisms widely used by mankind for their unique and rich metabolism, which supplies the variety of useful chemical substances being their metabolites. In the submerged bioreactor cultivations dispersed (free hyphae) and compact morphologies (mycelial agglomerates called pellets) formed by these filamentous microorganisms are usually distinguished. Their ability to produce any primary, secondary metabolites and enzymes is dependent on their morphology. Furthermore, the morphological forms of filamentous microorganisms cultivated in a bioreactor bear the certain consequences on the run of the cultivation. To them belong the aggravated stirring and aeration of the fungal suspension due to high and non-newtonian viscosities occurring mainly at dispersed morphology or limitation in the diffusive oxygen transfer into fungal macroscopic pellets. That is why, there is a need to control the morphology of filamentous microorganisms and morphological engineering is referred as tailoring morphologies for specific bioprocesses. The traditional approaches to control the morphology of filamentous microorganisms that include varying spore suspension density, changing medium composition including pH level and controlling of mechanical stress occur insufficient. Therefore, for the efficient cultivations of filamentous microorganisms modern morphological engineering techniques like microparticleenhanced cultivation (MPEC), changing of broth osmolality and addition of highly viscous polymers and surface active agents emerged. This book is meant to focus on the issues connected with the evolution of morphology of filamentous microorganisms, their cultivation in bioreactors, including selected process issues and, above all, the up-to-date applications of morphological engineering techniques towards various filamentous microorganisms being the producers of enzymes, primary and secondary metabolites. en_EN
dc.language.iso pl pl_PL
dc.publisher Wydawnictwo Politechnika Łódzka pl_PL
dc.publisher Lodz University of Technology Press en_EN
dc.relation.ispartofseries Monografie Politechniki Łódzkiej pl_PL
dc.relation.ispartofseries Lodz University of Technology. Monographs en_EN
dc.subject inżynieria morfologiczna pl_PL
dc.subject mikroorganizmy pl_PL
dc.subject morfologia mikroorganizmów pl_PL
dc.subject biotechnologia pl_PL
dc.subject mikroorganizmy strzępkowe pl_PL
dc.subject morphological engineering en_EN
dc.subject microorganisms en_EN
dc.subject morphology of microorganisms en_EN
dc.subject biotechnology en_EN
dc.subject filamentous microorganisms en_EN
dc.title Wprowadzenie do inżynierii morfologicznej mikroorganizmów strzępkowych. pl_PL
dc.type Książka pl_PL
dc.type Monografia pl_PL
dc.type Monograph en_EN
dc.contributor.reviewer Długosiński, Jerzy
dc.contributor.reviewer Warmuziński, Krzysztof
dc.date.embargoEnd 2018-04-01 pl_PL

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