Further, lag phase
times (X), estimated from the methane production data by optimization using the modified Gompertz equation, were considerably prolonged to 4.
This new understanding or Salmonella metabolism during lag phase
show how rapidly Salmonella senses favourable conditions and builds up the materials needed for growth.
This study reveals that, there is no observation of immediate cell growth on microcarrier but the lag phase
was about 24 and cells reached confluence six days after inoculation.
At this phenol concentration, in the absence of GAC, the suspension cells experienced a short lag phase
of about 5 h before phenol was gradually degraded, concomitant with cell growth.
5 [micro]M-10 [micro]M) in the presence of Cu(II) a concentration-dependent increase in the lag phase
alpha]-Tocopherol supplementation led to significant increases in lag phase
of oxidation as measured by all three indices in the control, DM2, and DM2-MV groups, respectively, as reported previously for conjugated dienes (20).
This lack of independent validation explains the lag phase
in biomarker transition from discovery to development as well as a relatively small impact of biomarker research on healthcare," cites the analyst of this research service.
Ridge Winery was named as winner of the Vintage Report Innovation Award for their study on "The Effects of Lag Phase
Thinning on Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel.
The researchers determined various growth characteristics, including the lag phase
duration, growth rate and maximum population density of the bacteria and native microflora.
4] production potential (ml); [lambda] is lag phase
At 14[degrees]C, the lag phase
of growth lasted approximately __ hours.
Modelling Lag-Time in Predictive Microbiology with Special Reference to Lag Phase
of Bacterial Spores.