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Considering a project that leverages the gas producing capabilities of at least two microbes. Have not been engaged in scientific inquiry for several years and would want to know if technology can offer reasonably precise estimates of all of the items that are consumed and produced in microbial activity.

e.g. How much growth media for a microbe such as cyanobacteria consume per day? How much oxygen produce per square inch... per day?

Does such a database exist that would allow one to get reliable set of numbers and ultimately, costs?
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