Growth of immobilised plant cells in reticulate polyurethane foam matrices View Full Text


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DATE

1985-09

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F. Mavituna, J. M. Park

ABSTRACT

An inoculum of initially freely suspended cell aggregates ofCapsicum frutescens was immobilised in porous polyurethane foam matrices. Subsequent growth and substrate consumption of these immobilised cells in batch culture were measured and compared with those of suspension cultures. The results showed that the maximum specific growth rate of freely suspended cells was slightly higher than that of immobilised cells but the overall growth patterns and final cell yields were similar. More... »

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637-640

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