Anthony F. Gaudy

Affiliations: 
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
 Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, United States 
 1988 University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
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Gaudy AF, Obayashi A, Gaudy ET. (1971) Control of growth rate by initial substrate concentration at values below maximum rate. Applied Microbiology. 22: 1041-7
Grady CP, Gaudy AF. (1969) Control Mechanisms Operative in a Natural Microbial Population Selected for Its Ability to Degrade L-Lysine. III. Effects of Carbohydrates in Continuous-Flow Systems Under Shock Load Conditions. Applied Microbiology. 18: 790-7
Grady CP, Gaudy AF. (1969) Control Mechanisms Operative in a Natural Microbial Population Selected for Its Ability to Degrade L-Lysine. II. Effects of Fructose and Ribose in Batch Systems. Applied Microbiology. 18: 785-9
Grady CP, Gaudy AF, Gaudy ET. (1969) Control mechanisms operative in a natural microbial population selected for its ability to degrade L-lysine. I. Effect of glucose in batch systems. Applied Microbiology. 18: 776-84
Gaudy AF, Goel KC, Gaudy ET. (1968) Continuous oxidative assimilation of acetic Acid and endogenous protein synthesis applicable to treatment of nitrogen-deficient waste waters. Applied Microbiology. 16: 1358-63
Kincannon DF, Gaudy AF. (1966) Some effects of high salt concentrations on activated sludge. Journal - Water Pollution Control Federation. 38: 1148-59
Gaudy AF, Gaudy ET. (1966) Microbiology of waste waters. Annual Review of Microbiology. 20: 319-36
GAUDY AF, KOMOLRIT K, GAUDY ET. (1964) SEQUENTIAL SUBSTRATE REMOVAL IN RESPONSE TO QUALITATIVE SHOCK LOADING OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE SYSTEMS. Applied Microbiology. 12: 280-6
GAUDY AF, BHATLA MN, GAUDY ET. (1964) USE OF CHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND VALUES OF BACTERIAL CELLS IN WASTE-WATER PURIFICATION. Applied Microbiology. 12: 254-60
GAUDY AF, ABU-NIAAJ F, GAUDY ET. (1963) Statistical study of the spot-plate technique for viable-cell counts. Applied Microbiology. 11: 305-9
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