Submerged Fermentation

Submerged fermentation is the most popularly used technique for the production of a large number of products using a wide range of microorganisms. The medium used for submerged fermentation contains relatively highly processed ingredients. The water activity of the medium is high, making it prone to contamination if asepsis is not maintained. Rheological problems can be encountered at high substrate concentrations. Mass transfer from gas to liquid phase is usually a limiting factor, but due to better mixing, diffusional limitation of nutrients is not encountered in submerged fermentation. Better bioprocess control of fermentation process is possible with the help of online sensors.

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