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Microbiology for Bioprocess Engineering (ERT 107/3)  

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This course covers the role of bacteria, fungi and virus in bioprocess industries. Comparison of prokaryotes and eukaryotes; microbial metabolism; microbial growth kinetics and fermentation process; and factors contributing to productivity, spoilage and preservation in food and industrial microbiology are also discussed.


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