Industrial Fermentation


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Industrial Fermentation
10103021030900 Industrial FermentationManfred J. Mirbach and Bassam El Ali
Introduction and History Fermentation can be defined as the alteration or production of products with the help of microorganisms. Fermentation has been used to conserve and alter food and feed since ancient times. Actually, it was the method of choice to convert fresh agricultural products into durable food items for many thousand years. In everyday life, we also know the reverse process, namely the uncontrolled decay of food or organic matter in general. Under controlled conditions fermentation is a useful pr…
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Mohammad Farhat Ali, Ph.D.; Bassam M. El Ali, Ph.D.; James G. Speight, Ph.D.: Handbook of Industrial Chemistry: Organic Chemicals. Industrial Fermentation, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2005), AccessEngineering Export