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lag phase
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nature : When microorganisms in a closed system development (batch), in accordance with the microbial growth rate than the growth rate and the change of the growth of microorganisms will be divided into different stages. The delay period is defined microbial growth at the beginning, for some time, the performance of microbial growth rate and the growth rate has more than zero. The delay in the microbiological Although not shown growth, but in microorganisms, metabolic response to the major changes so that microbes to adapt to the new environment, preparing to enter the next phase of growth. The length of the delay depends on the genetic strains and bacteria before and after the vaccination age and environmental conditions. From the "old" culture inoculation or new medium composition different from the old media, to a new synthesis of the enzyme to adapt to the new conditions of growth, delayed on the president more.

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1) G phase
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3) self-ignition delay
4) phase
5) phase
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