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A low Ks) will not be affected until the substrate concentration becomes very low. e. a high Ks), the growth rate will begin to fall even at relatively high substrate concentrations and the organism exhibits a longer deceleration phase. The specific growth rate of the microorganism continues decelerating until all of the available limiting substrate is metabolized. Growth is no longer sustainable and the cells enter the stationary phase. At this point, the overall growth rate has declined to zero and there is no net change in cell numbers/biomass (rate of cell division equals rate of cell death).
Protozoa and other eukaryotic organisms without cell walls can ingest relatively large pieces of food materials from their environment by phagocytosis (engulfment) into what becomes a membrane-bound food vacuole. Hydrolytic enzymes are then secreted into the vacuole to break down the polymers to their constituent monomers. For organisms with a rigid cell wall this is not usually possible. —directly into the environment and then take up the resultant hydrolysis products. Many of these extracellular enzymes have major industrial applications (see Chapter 9).
For example, Pyrolobus fumarii has an optimum of 106∞C and continues growing up to 113∞C. 3), which are mainly anaerobic sulphate reducers or have other metabolism with lower requirements for thermolabile cofactors such as NADH and NADPH. They have potential industrial uses in coal desulphurization, metal leaching, methane generation and the production of commercial enzymes, especially DNA polymerases and restriction endonucleases. Exposure of non-thermophiles to high temperatures normally causes damage to cytoplasmic membranes, breakdown of ribosomes, irreversible enzyme denaturation and DNA strand breakage.
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