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Welche Eingriffe in die Auslegung des Experiments beeinflussen die Dauer des Prozesses oder dessen Phasen?

Wie schnell und nach welcher Kinetik wird das Produkt gebildet?

Erlaubt die Struktur des metabolischen Netzwerkes die Berechnung aller Reaktionsraten?

Wie wird die Syntheserate von Aceton bestimmt?

Jak změníte dobu trvání vsádkové kultivace?

Wie verändern Sie die Dauer eines Batchversuches?

Wie beeinflussen Sie die Dauer eines Batchversuches?

Wie wirkt sich eine Veränderung von YX/S auf den Verlauf des Batchversuches aus?

Welchen Einfluss hat µmax auf den Verlauf des Batchversuches?

Welchen Einfluss übt KS auf den Verlauf von µ(t) aus?

ESBS001_Welche Eingriffe in die Auslegung des Experiments beeinflussen die Dauer des Wachstumsversuchs?

Welches Modell bildet die Messdaten aus Ihrem Batchversuch nach?

ESBS003_Was ist der Gleichgewichtszustand (steady-state) in einer kontinuierlichen Kultur und wann wird dieser erreicht?

ESBS004_Wie werden aus zeitlich abhängigen Chemostatdaten x(D) und s(D) Diagramme erstellt?

ESBS005_Unter welchen Bedingungen ist 1. die Biomassproduktivität und 2. die Produktivität für ein Enzym am höchsten, dessen Expression durch den Methanoloxidase-Promotor kontrolliert wird?

ESBS006_Wie verändert sich die spezifische Wachtumsrate im Verlauf des Batchwachstums?

ESBS007_Welchen Einfluss haben Wachstumsparameter und sin auf x(D) und s(D)?

ETH/Uni05_With the help of which model can you describe the experimental data of Kayser et al. (2004)?

ETH/Uni12_Continuous culture: interpretation of experimental data.


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