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11. 1,160 920 Mikawashima-A-4 Sunamachi-K-5 1,190 Mikawashima-A-3 1,350 780 Mikawashima-A-1 Sunamachi-S-2 870 mg/l Ochiai-1 Sample Table 2. Quality of effluent in the settlin# of activated sludge o~ Z cr > O Separation of Cells from Culture Media "@ 51 0 I 2 q 9 qq q q 3 ~00 0000 4 5 6 Fig. 11. Schematic representation of sludge floc with particular reference to fauna respectively with reference to quite a few estimations other than those exemplified in Table 2. The size and schematic shape of each protozoa attached to and/or swimming around the floc are also drawn in proportion to their actual pictures taken by the photomicrographs.
References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 59 62 63 71 73 74 75 1. I n t r o d u c t i o n Perhaps one of the least known areas of enzyme kinetics relates to insoluble substrates. Little literature information is available on the nature of heterogeniety of the substrates and the confirmed mechanism involved. There are three groups of insoluble substrates, namely, steroids, starch, and cellulose. , 1962); the mechanism and mode of action of starch degrading and synthesizing enzymes have been discussed (Greenwood, 1968); and there is information on the hydrolysis of starch to maltose (Dawes, 1962).
2). K. Ghose and K. Das the diameter range of cellulase molecules. , 1954) of data on Myrothecium verrucaria cellulase appear to be in agreement with the observations of Stone et al. The nature of native cellulose, whether crystalline or amorphous, is not yet clear. It is reported (Mikhailov, 1958) from an examination of X-ray patterns of native celluloses that, unlike regenerated celluloses whose phase structures are well established, there is no definite reason to believe that the native polymer is crystalline in nature.