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The use of computer simulation for biotechnology education

, : The use of computer simulation for biotechnology education. Biotechnology Education 4(1): 23-27

The potential of educational computer simulation programs for teaching biotechnology has been explored, using a research and development approach. Knowledge has been gained by specifying, constructing and testing the programs REACTOR (which simulates bioreactor design), TEMPE (simulates the fermentation of Rhizopus in a block of soyabean) and YOGURT (which simulates yoghurt culture using Lactobacillus and Streptococcus).

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