Acta Scientific Microbiology

Review Article Volume 7 Issue 3

A Composite Review on: Microbial Culture and Growth Curve of Bacteria

Kuntal Manna3, Rupajit Bhattacharjee1*, Priyanka Majumder2, Joydeb Acharjee1 and Kishan Paul1

1Assistant Professor, Milestones Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Udaipur, Tripura, India
1Associate Professor, Milestones Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Udaipur, Tripura, India
1Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Tripura University (A Central University), Suriyamaninagar, India

*Corresponding Author: Rupajit Bhattacharjee, Assistant Professor, Milestones Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Udaipur, Tripura, India.

Received: January 22, 2024; Published: February 10, 2024

Abstract

Many researchers have studied the population dynamics of microbe of microbes as a typical example of population dynamics. The Monod equation, which mainly focuses on the growth and stationary phases, is used when plotting a growth curve. The microbes were divided into two populations: one grew by consuming the limiting substrate and the other degraded the products by metabolism. According to the numerical analysis of our model, microbes may choose one of two strategies: one consumes substrates and expands quickly, and the other grows slowly while cleaning up the environment in which they thrive. Determining the fitness of specific microbial genotypes has extensive application in microbial genetics, evolution, and biotechnology. While estimates from growth curves are simple and allow high throughput, they are inaccurate and do not account for interactions between costs and benefits accruing over different parts of a growth cycle. To plot a growth curve and determine a) Generation time and b) Specific growth rate of bacterial culture.

Keywords: Microbial Culture; Growth Curve; Nutrition Media; Incubation Condition

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Citation

Citation: Rupajit Bhattacharjee., et al. “A Composite Review on: Microbial Culture and Growth Curve of Bacteria".Acta Scientific Microbiology 7.3 (2024): 27-30.

Copyright

Copyright: © 2024 Rupajit Bhattacharjee., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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