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Given: A 10,000L bioreactor may have 100 trillion cells. Let’s assume that this cell solution has the same density as water.(answer A, B, and C)A. What cell density is this (per kg)?B. What is the ratio of cell density in your body compared to that in a bioreactor?C. What is limiting cell densities in a bioreactor that your body has managed to overcome?

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Given: A 10,000L bioreactor may have 100 trillion cells. Let’s assume that this cell solution has the same density as water.

(answer A, B, and C)

A. What cell density is this (per kg)?

B. What is the ratio of cell density in your body compared to that in a bioreactor?

C. What is limiting cell densities in a bioreactor that your body has managed to overcome?

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Step 1

In the question, it has been given that in a bioreactor of 10,000 L, there are 100 trillion cells and the density of this solution is same as that of water. Based on this data, three questions have to be answered.

A bioreactor is a vessel where various biological reactions take place and is also used for culturing of aerobic cells. Cells present per unit of volume of solution are known as the cell density.

Step 2

A) It has been given that the density of this solution is equal to density of water. So, the density of this solution is 1000kg/m3.

Step 3

 B) Cell density of an adult human body is quite difficult to calculate because not all cells are same in a human body. There are multiple o...

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