Submerged standard industrial fermentation

Submerged standard industrial fermentation means a fermentation system that meets all of the following conditions:
(1) Enzyme production is conducted under conditions of submerged fermentation (i.e., growth of the microorganism occurs beneath the surface of the liquid growth medium).
(2) Any fermentation of solid plant material or insoluble substrates, to which T. reesei fermentation broth is added after the submerged standard industrial fermentation operations used for enzyme production is completed, may be initiated only after the inactivation of the microorganism as delineated in 40 CFR 725.422(d).


40 CFR § 725.3

Scoping language

Definitions in section 3 of the Act (15 U.S.C. 2602), as well as definitions contained in 704.3, 720.3, and 721.3 of this chapter, apply to this part unless otherwise specified in this section. In addition, the following definitions apply to this part:

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