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Assimilation and Fermentation Patterns of Osmophilic Yeasts in Sugar Broths at Two Concentrations

Naturevolume 207page887 (1965) | Download Citation

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OSMOPHILIC yeasts commonly found in intermediate sugar refinery products are strains of Saccharomyces rouxii and S. mellis with Torulopsis spp. which normally grow more slowly under laboratory conditions.

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  1. Tate and Lyle Refineries, Ltd., Research Laboratory, ‘Ravensbourne,’ Westerham Road, Keston, Kent

    • M. PAMELA SCARR
    •  & D. ROSE

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