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b. all stages in the preparation of this edition of the book. . Bakers' yeast has been 1 Principles of Fermentation Technology, 2nd Edn. Acetate In Industrial YAMOMOTO, K., ISHIZAKI, A and STANBURY, P. F. () Microbiology, pp. Volume 28, Issue 8 · Journal of Basic Microbiology banner. Book Review. P. F. Stanbury and A. Whitaker, Principles of Fermentation Technology (2nd Edition). Principles of Fermentation Technology. Book • 3rd Edition • Authors: Peter F. Stanbury, Allan Whitaker and Stephen J. Hall. Browse book content.

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Includes bibliographical references and index. Whitaker, Allan. Hall, Stephen, J.

F4S7 '. Cohen Microbiologist, teacher, colleague and, above all, friend. We wish to thank the authors, publishers and manufactur- ing companies listed below for allowing us to reproduce either original or copyright material. Authors S. Abe Fig. Nienow Figs 9. Peter is now retired but returns as a Visiting Lecturer in the field.

Prior to joining the University of Hertfordshire, Allan was a research scientist with ICI working on aspects of fungal physiology and plant tissue culture. His career as Senior Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire encompassed teaching in microbiology and research in microbial physiology and fermentation technology.

Allan retired from the University and continued as a Visiting Lecturer but also combined his interest in local history and microbiology in his research on the history of the brewing industry in Hertfordshire. Allan has taken an advisory role in the development of this edition but the influence he had on the previous two editions very much remains.

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He is a member of the Microbiology Society and was previously convener of its Teaching Group. Fermentation-A Practical Approach , Fig. Computers in Microbiology: A Practical Approach Kluwer Academic Publishers: Fig. MacMillan: Table 1. Marshall Biotechnology Ltd: Fig. Mcgraw Hill, New York: Fig. New Brunswick Ltd, Hatfield, Figs 7.

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New York Academy of Sciences: Figs 2. Royal Netherlands Chemical Society: Table The Royal Society, London: Fig.

Society for General Microbiology: Figs 3. Springer Verlag GmbH and Co.

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KG: Table 7. John Wiley and Sons Inc.

Last but not least we wish to express our thanks to Lesley, John, David and Abigail Stanbury and Lorna, Michael and Ben Whitaker for their encouragement and patience during all stages in the preparation of this edition of the book.

December, Contents 1. The aplpe2Lrallce is due to the production of carbon bubbles caused by the anaerobic catabolism of present in the extract. However, fermentacome to have different meanings to biochemists inclustri:al microbiologists.

Under aerobic conditions, reoxidation of repyridine nucleotide occurs by electron transfer, cytochrome system, with oxygen acting as the termill1al electron acceptor. However, under anaerobic reduced pyridine nucleotide oxidation is with the reduction of an organic compound, is often a subsequent product of the catabolic pal'h",ray. In the case of the action of yeast on fruit or extracts, NADH is regenerated by the reduction acid,to ethanol.

Principles Fermentation Technology by Stanbury Whitaker

Different microbial taxa are of reducing pyruvate to a wide range of end ptc ducts, as illustrated in Fig. Thus, the term has been used in a strict biochemical mean an energy-generation process in which compounds act as both electron donors and terminal electron acceptors.

Brewing and the production of organic solvents may be described as fermentations in both senses of the word but the description of an aerobic process as a fermentation is obviously using the term in the broader, microbiological, context and it is in this sense that the term is used in this book.Institute of Water Pollution Control: Fig.

A consideration of the kinetics of continuous culture reveals that the system is highly selective and will favour the propagation of the best-adapted organism in a culture. Hersbach, C.

Inceltech LH, Reading: Figs 7. Springer Verlag GmbH and Co.