Advances in Microbial Physiology, Vol. 15 by A. H. , Tempest, D. W. , editors Rose

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Determination of Peripheral Growth Zone Width The maximum width of the peripheral growth zone may be determined by calculating the minimum length of a hypha which extends at the same rate as the expansion rate of the colony. , 1943; Clutterbuck and Roper, 1966; Lhoas, 1968; Trinci, 1971; Trinci, 1973; Trinci and Collinge, 1973). This method probably overestimates the length of the peripheral growth zone because of the damage which results from cutting. In the case of septate hyphae, the cutting damage appeared to be restricted to three intercalary compartments (Trinci, 197 1).

Oscillations in biomass concentration, efficiency of protein synthesis and specific growth rate during a step up in dilution rate in a chemostat culture of AJpergillus niduluns 13 mel. 175 h-'. Steady-state conditions at the higher dilution rate were established after about 12 h, that is after about three doubling times. The efficiencyof protein synthesis ( E ) is given by the expression g protein g RNA-' multiplied by the specific growth rate. ' THE PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLIC CONTROL OF FUNGAL GROWTH 45 doublings, the protein synthesis requirements for the higher growth rate were met almost immediately (see Section IX, A; p.

1968). Subse- THE PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLIC CONTROL OF FUNGAL GROWTH 41 quently the growth kinetics of several other fungi-mainly aspergilli-under continuous-flow conditions have been described. Typical steady state biomass and substrate concentrations as functions of dilution rate are shown in Fig. 3 for a glucose-limited chemostat culture of Aspergillus nzdulum 13 mel. 05 h-* demonstrates the validity of applying the general chemostat theory to filamentous fungi. 1 1 g 1-' and is similar to values reported for other fungi.

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