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- Janssens, A., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Food and bioproducts processing 2017 v.102 pp. 1-19
- Escherichia coli K12; algorithms; biochemical pathways; biomass; bioreactors; case studies; developmental stages; foods; metabolic flux analysis; metabolites; models; predictive microbiology; temperature
- ... In predictive microbiology, the (induced) lag-phase is a phenomenon of specific interest, as it has a large impact on the assessment of safety and quality of food products. This lag phase has been studied mostly on a macroscopic level. However, a quest for more mechanistically-based predictive models has started, for example, through the integration of a metabolic reaction network into widely used ...
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- Biological control 2007 v.42 no.2 pp. 105-109
- Tetranychus urticae; mite control; biological control agents; predatory mites; Phytoseiulus; predation; developmental stages; oviposition; Fragaria; strawberries; tropics
- ... The two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae Koch (Acari: Tetranychidae) is one of the most important pests of many crops in temperate and tropical climates. Chemical control is the main method of combating this mite, but it is less preferred due to the development of resistance as well as environmental problems associated with the use of pesticides. Biological control of spider mites has been ...