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Title: Studies on fermentation of synthesizing poly-β - hydroxyalkanoate(pha) by sphaerotilus sp.
Other Titles: 球衣菌合成聚羟基烷酸(PHA)的发酵研究
Authors: Yang, YH
Wu, ZH
Yu, PH
Zhong, SQ
Keywords: Sphaerotilus
Poly-β-hydroxya lkanoate(PHA) fermentation
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: 科學出版社
Source: 微生物學通報 (Microbiology), 2001, v. 28, no. 4, p. 61-66 How to cite?
Journal: 微生物學通報 (Microbiology) 
Abstract: 研究了球衣菌 (Sphaerotilussp.)W991 3 6合成聚羟基烷酸 (PHA)的培养基配方及发酵条件。结果表明 ,W991 3 6适宜发酵培养基配方为 :葡萄糖 1 0 2 5g/L ,蛋白胨 2 6 3g/L ,MgSO4·7H2 O 0 1 7g/L ,CaCl2 0 0 5g/L ,NaH2 PO4·2H2 O 0 0 2g/L ,K2 HPO40 0 4g/L ,KH2 PO40 0 3g/L ;最佳接种量为 0 1 3 8g (干 ) / 1 0 0mL ,培养基适宜初始pH为 7 0~ 7 5 ,发酵 3 6h可获得较大的细胞干重与PHA产量 ,经1 H NMR与GC分析 ,其PHA为羟基丁酸与羟基戊酸共聚体P (HB co HV) ,其中羟基戊酸 (HV)含量达 3 9 3 %。
Fermentation of synthesizing Poly-β-hyd roxyalkanoate(PHA)by Sphaeroti lus sp.W99136 were optimized.The result of uniform design test showed that the o ptimized medium composition contained (g/L):glucose 10 25,peptone 2 63,MgSO 4 ·7H 2O 0 17,CaCl 2 0 05,NaH 2PO 4·2H 2O 0 02,K 2HPO 4 0 04,KH 2PO 4 0 03,The optimum seed c ulture volume was 0 138g(CDW)/100mL.With control initial pH in the medium betwe e n 7 0,higher dry cell weight and PHA content were achieved after fermentation f o r 36h 1H-NMR and GC analysis of PHA products from Sphaero tilus sp.W99136 show that the product was P(HB-co-HV).The HV content of P(HB-c o-HV) came to 39 3%.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/64007
ISSN: 0253-2654
Rights: © 2001 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2001 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research purposes.
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