Developments in Industrial Microbiology: Volume 1 by Saul Rich (auth.)

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Somewhat more ambiguous resultswereobtainedwhichareshown in Fig. 2. ine is Shefner 24 O. d:-c--ul='u-,,:---, Cl x = non-irradiated contral cl1lturf! 005 x x x O. (l" Numht'r Fig. 2. Change in surviving fraction of S. marcescens following repeated exposures to gamma radiation. obtained which shows a gradual increase in the radioresistance of the culture. Before general conclusions are drawn concerning the readiness with which radiation-resistant strains may be obtained it should be noted that Gaden and Henley (1953) found a decrease in radiation resistance in E.

B. 1952 Catalase activity in Escherichia coli. j. , 64, 527-530. Gaden, E. , and Henley, E. j. 1953 Induced resistance to gamma radiation in E. coli. j. , 65, 727-732. Witkin, E. 1946 Inherited differences in sensitivity to radiation in E. coli. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sei. , 32, 56-58. Witkin, E. 1947 Genetics of resistance to radiation in E. coli. Genetics, 32, 221-248. ALGAE AND SUBMARINE HABITABILITY John M. s. Naval Research Laboratory. Washington. C. The Chemistry Division of the Naval Research Laboratory has been studying submarine atmospheres for almost thirtyyears.

Another consideration on the selection list is that the species have desirable engineering characteristics. This means that it must not be damaged by the machinery used. that it not settle out quickly. and that it not foul the system by excessive foam excretions. orbyadheringtothewalls of the system. These properties should also aid inmakingitpossibleto grow the maximum amount of algae in the minimum volume. a necessary prerequisite for keepingweight at aminimum. We will now dweIl a little further on the light-conversion factor-partly since this aspect of algal growth and its implications are not commonly met in industrial microbiology.

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