# James P. McDonald Week 6

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#Select one of these project topics as what you will present next week. | #Select one of these project topics as what you will present next week. | ||

- | #*The chemostat model we’ve worked out does not predict the oxygen use and carbon dioxide production of Figure 1 B. Develop and analyze a model of the chemostat that includes oxygen and carbon dioxide. | + | #*We chose project 2: The chemostat model we’ve worked out does not predict the oxygen use and carbon dioxide production of Figure 1 B. Develop and analyze a model of the chemostat that includes oxygen and carbon dioxide. |

#Find at least one reference beyond the two terSchure et al papers that will be helpful to your modeling effort. Discuss in your journal the relevance of the reference. | #Find at least one reference beyond the two terSchure et al papers that will be helpful to your modeling effort. Discuss in your journal the relevance of the reference. | ||

- | #*Postma, Erik, et al. "Enzymic Analysis of the Crabtree Effect in Glucose-Limited Chemostat Cultures of ''Saccharomyces Cerevisiae''." Applied and Environmental Biology 55.2 (1989): 468-77. [[http://aem.asm.org/content/55/2/468.full.pdf+html | + | #*Postma, Erik, et al. "Enzymic Analysis of the Crabtree Effect in Glucose-Limited Chemostat Cultures of ''Saccharomyces Cerevisiae''." Applied and Environmental Biology 55.2 (1989): 468-77. [[http://aem.asm.org/content/55/2/468.full.pdf+html Paper 1 Link]] |

+ | #*This paper will be useful because the experiment done in the paper deals with a chemostat containing a yeast population. There is a detailed section of the paper dedicated to the oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production in the yeast. The information and data presented will be helpful in formulating a model for oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide in our project. | ||

#Find a mathematical reference, be it a textbook, a paper, or a website, that is relevant to your project topic. Discuss in your journal the relevance of the reference. | #Find a mathematical reference, be it a textbook, a paper, or a website, that is relevant to your project topic. Discuss in your journal the relevance of the reference. | ||

- | #*Bailey, J.E. "Mathematical Modeling and Analysis in Biochemical Engineering: Past Accomplishments and Future Opportunities." Biotechnology Progress 14.1 (1998): 8-20. [[http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1021/bp9701269/full | + | #*Bailey, J.E. "Mathematical Modeling and Analysis in Biochemical Engineering: Past Accomplishments and Future Opportunities." Biotechnology Progress 14.1 (1998): 8-20. [[http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1021/bp9701269/full Paper 2 Link]] |

- | + | #*This paper will be useful because it talks about mathematical modeling in steady state conditions such as in chemostats. The paper specifically touches on chemostats involving yeast populations. I have trouble with the modeling so this paper should prove to be a good resource when I am modeling our project. | |

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## Week 6 Assignment

- Select one of these project topics as what you will present next week.
- We chose project 2: The chemostat model we’ve worked out does not predict the oxygen use and carbon dioxide production of Figure 1 B. Develop and analyze a model of the chemostat that includes oxygen and carbon dioxide.

- Find at least one reference beyond the two terSchure et al papers that will be helpful to your modeling effort. Discuss in your journal the relevance of the reference.
- Postma, Erik, et al. "Enzymic Analysis of the Crabtree Effect in Glucose-Limited Chemostat Cultures of
*Saccharomyces Cerevisiae*." Applied and Environmental Biology 55.2 (1989): 468-77. [Paper 1 Link] - This paper will be useful because the experiment done in the paper deals with a chemostat containing a yeast population. There is a detailed section of the paper dedicated to the oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production in the yeast. The information and data presented will be helpful in formulating a model for oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide in our project.

- Postma, Erik, et al. "Enzymic Analysis of the Crabtree Effect in Glucose-Limited Chemostat Cultures of
- Find a mathematical reference, be it a textbook, a paper, or a website, that is relevant to your project topic. Discuss in your journal the relevance of the reference.
- Bailey, J.E. "Mathematical Modeling and Analysis in Biochemical Engineering: Past Accomplishments and Future Opportunities." Biotechnology Progress 14.1 (1998): 8-20. [Paper 2 Link]
- This paper will be useful because it talks about mathematical modeling in steady state conditions such as in chemostats. The paper specifically touches on chemostats involving yeast populations. I have trouble with the modeling so this paper should prove to be a good resource when I am modeling our project.

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