By I. Malek

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1. Schem e of cultivatio n "quadrupole" . that the probability that a single individual will migrate from the vessel to the right in the interval (r, t + At) is equal to: N^t) D" At + o(At) for type (1) N (t) D" At + o(At) for type (2) 2 Organisms of both groups can also die. The probability that a single individual will die in the interval (r, t + At) is equal to : N (t)d At + o(At) for type (1) N (t)d At + o(At) for type (2) 1 2 1 2 62 J . Kozesni k Organisms of the first group mature during their stay in the vessel and thus pass to the second group.

O. POWELL , J. R. LOW E Microbiologica l Researc h Establishment , Porton , Wiltshire , Grea t Britai n The current theory of single stirred tank continuous cultures can predict their behaviour with fair accuracy in favourable cases (see, e. g. Herbert, 1958). It has now become a matter of interest to apply the theory to multi-stage systems comprising chains of fermenters such as are used in preparative work, in sewage disposal and in the processing of toxic waste waters. In chains of more than two fermenters, the required calculations become difficult and tedious, and the algebra is quite intractable when there is feedback from the output to the input of the chain.

Proc . Natl . Acad . , Washington , 36:708 , 1950. : I n Discussion Par t of Symposiu m on Continuou s Cultivatio n of Microorganisms , Prague , Folia Microbiol . 4:395 , 1959. 45 THEOR Y O F MULTI-STAG E C O N T I N U O U S CULTURE S E. O. POWELL , J. R. LOW E Microbiologica l Researc h Establishment , Porton , Wiltshire , Grea t Britai n The current theory of single stirred tank continuous cultures can predict their behaviour with fair accuracy in favourable cases (see, e. g. Herbert, 1958). It has now become a matter of interest to apply the theory to multi-stage systems comprising chains of fermenters such as are used in preparative work, in sewage disposal and in the processing of toxic waste waters.

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