Physiological Models in Microbiology consists of two volumes. Volume I considers models of basic growth processes and the effects of environmental factors on microbial growth. Volume II describes models of secondary processes, in particular, microbial death, spore germination, chemotaxis, and surface growth.

chapter 1|23 pages

Regulation and Control of Metabolic Pathways

ByH. Kacser

chapter 2|24 pages

A Thermodynamic View of Bacterial Growth

ByK. van Dam, M. M. Mulder, J. Teixeira de Mattos, H. V. Westerhoff

chapter 4|15 pages

Temperature Effects on Bacterial Growth Rates

ByT. A. McMeekin, June Olley, D. A. Ratkowsky

chapter 5|21 pages

Population Growth Kinetics of Photosynthetic Microorganisms

ByYuan-Kun Lee

chapter 6|23 pages

Role of pH in Biological Wastewater Treatment Processes

ByPrasad S. Kodukula, T. B. S. Prakasam, Arthur C. Anthonisen