# BIOL398-04/S15:Class Journal Week 4

## William A. C. Gendron

These three graphs show the nutrients and yeast cells reaching equilibrium.

## Lucia I. Ramirez

Lucia I. Ramirez 03:01, 10 February 2015 (EST)

## Natalie Williams

### MATLAB

To get the figure shown below, the script was altered so that instead of the min value between (y/(K+y)) and z/(M+z)); the products of the two previously mentioned functions were taken.

The three graphs produced by MATLAB with the various functions with regards to the feed rate.

To view the two nutrient chemostat dynamics --> Image:Chemostat dynamics 2n Willi.txt

To view the two nutrient chemostat script --> Image:Two nutrient min chemostat script Willi.txt

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## Kara Dismuke

### MATLAB Work

I changed the script by taking the product of (y/(K+y)) and z/(M+z)) (instead of taking their minimum value)/.

Using the scripts and functions of MATLAB, we produce three plots with different feed rates.

To view the two nutrient chemostat dynamics --> Image:Chemostat dynamics 2n 1.m

To view the two nutrient chemostat script --> Image:Two nutrient min chemostat script.m

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--Kara M Dismuke 18:31, 9 February 2015 (EST)

## User: Kristen M. Horstmann

### MATLAB

Horstmann Two-Nutrient Script
Horstmann Two-Nutrient Function
Kristen M. Horstmann 18:31, 9 February 2015 (EST)

## Tessa A. Morris

The figure above shows the plot of the Biomass, Nitrogen, and Mystery Nutrient against Feed Rate, plotted using Matlab. The Script and Function were edited to show a more interesting equilibrium by changing ryz from min(y/(Ky+y),z/(Kz+z)) to (y/(K+y))*(z/(M+z)). The calculations to find this equilibrium are shown on the Individual Journal Response.

Function
Script
Tessa A. Morris 21:17, 9 February 2015 (EST)

## Alyssa N Gomes

Alyssa Gomes Function for Two Nutrients
Two Nutrient Script
Alyssa N Gomes 23:07, 9 February 2015 (EST)