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dc.contributor.authorOrtiz Moreno, Martha Lucia
dc.contributor.authorCárdenas Poblador, Jaleydi
dc.contributor.authorAgredo, Julián
dc.contributor.authorSolarte Murillo, Laura Vanessa
dc.description.abstractMathematical models provide information about population dynamics under different conditions. In the study, four models were evaluated and employed to describe the growth kinetics of Nostoc ellipsosporum with different light wavelengths: Baranyi-Roberts, Modified Gompertz, Modified Logistic, and Richards. N. ellipsosporum was grown in BG-11 liquid medium for 9 days, using 12 hours of photoperiod and the following treatments: white light (400-800 nm), red light (650-800 nm), yellow light (550-580 nm) and blue light (460-480 nm). Each experiment was performed in triplicate. The optical density (OD) was measured on days 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9, using a spectrophotometer at 650 nm. The maximum cell growth was obtained under white light (OD650 : 0.090 ± 0.008), followed by the yellow light (OD650 : 0.057 ± 0.004). Conversely, blue light showed a marked inhibitory effect on the growth of N. ellipsosporum (OD650 : 0.009 ± 0.001). The results revealed that the Baranyi-Roberts model had a better fit with the experimental data from N. ellipsosporum growth in all four treatments. The findings from this modeling study could be used in several biotechnological applications that require the production of N. ellipsosporum and its bioproducts.eng
dc.description.abstractLos modelos matemáticos proveen información sobre las dinámicas poblacionales bajo diferentes condiciones. En el presente estudio, se evaluaron cuatro modelos (Baranyi-Roberts, Gompertz Modificado, Logístico Modificado y Richards) y se emplearon para describir la cinética de crecimiento de Nostoc ellipsosporum con diferentes longitudes de onda de luz. N. ellipsosporum creció en medio líquido BG-11 por 9 días, usando un fotoperiodo de 12 horas y los siguientes tratamientos: luz blanca (400-800 nm), luz roja (650-800 nm), luz amarilla (550-580 nm) y luz azul (460-480 nm). Cada experimento se llevó a cabo por triplicado. La densidad óptica (OD) se midió en los días 1, 3, 5, 7 y 9 usando un espectrofotómetro a 650 nm. El máximo crecimiento celular se obtuvo con la longitud de onda de la luz blanca (OD650 : 0.090 ± 0.008), seguido de la luz amarilla (OD650 : 0.057 ± 0.004). Por el contrario, la luz azul mostró un marcado efecto inhibitorio en el crecimiento de N. ellipsosporum (OD650 : 0.009 ± 0.001). Los resultados revelaron que el modelo Baranyi-Roberts se ajustó mejor a los datos experimentales de crecimiento de N. ellipsosporum en los cuatro tratamientos. Los hallazgos de este estudio de modelación se pueden usar en diversas aplicaciones biotecnológicas que requieran la producción de N. ellipsosporum y sus
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dc.publisherPontificia Universidad Javerianaspa
dc.publisherJuan Carlos Salcedo-Reyes (
dc.titleModeling the effects of light wavelength on the growth of Nostoc ellipsosporumspa
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dc.description.notes1. Universidad de los Llanos, Faculty of Basic Sciences and Engineering, Department of Biology and Chemistry, Biorinoquia and SUSA Groups, Km 12 Highway Villavicencio - Puerto López, Villavicencio - Colombia, zip code
dc.description.notes2. Universidad de los Llanos, Faculty of Basic Sciences and Engineering, Department of Mathematics and Physics, Sistemas Dinámicos Group, Km 12 Highway Villavicencio - Puerto López, Villavicencio - Colombia, zip code
dc.description.notes3. Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería Julio Garavito, Department of Mathematics, GIMATH (Grupo de investigación en Matemáticas de la Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería) Group, Autopista Norte AK 45 No. 205-59, Bogotá - Colombia, zip code
dc.description.notes4. Universidad de los Llanos, Faculty of Basic Sciences and Engineering, Department of Biology and Chemistry, Biorinoquia Group, Km 12 Highway Villavicencio - Puerto López, Villavicencio - Colombia, zip code 1745. *
dc.publisher.placeBogotá, Colombiaspa
dc.relation.citationeditionUniversitas Scientiarum Vol. 25 (1): 113-148spa
dc.relation.ispartofjournalUniversitas Scientiarumeng
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