Growth kinetics of BHK21 C13 cells in different glucose concentrations

Sar, Bilge Nurdan


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Olive Mill Wastewater (OMW), by-product of oil industry, is a dark liquid with a characteristic fetid smell, bitter taste and bright appearance; having a high pollution potential, creating serious problems in countries producing olive oil. Azotobacter chroococcum as a Nitrogen-fixing bacteria can bioremediate OMW, by degrading its toxic constituents. With the help of this detoxification process OMW can be used as biofertilizer. In this study, the dynamics of growth and nitrogen fixation at different physiol...
Citation Formats
B. N. Sar, “Growth kinetics of BHK21 C13 cells in different glucose concentrations,” Middle East Technical University, 1991.