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The occurrence of alpha(1-3)glucan in Cryptococcus, Schizosaccharomyces and Polyporus species, and its hydrolysis by a Streptomyces culture filtrate lysing cell walls of Cryptococcus.
The glucan components of the cell wall of baker's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) considered in relation to its ultrastructure.
- J. Bacon, V. Farmer, D. Jones, I. F. Taylor
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The Biochemical journal
- 1 September 1969
1. Commercial pressed baker's yeast, and cell walls prepared from it, were extracted in various ways and the products examined by a number of techniques, including infrared spectroscopy and electron… Expand
The location of chitin in the yeast cell wall.
Electron microscopy of the microbial populations present and their modes of attack on various cellulosic substrates undergoing digestion in the sheep rumen.
- D. Dinsdale, E. J. Morris, J. Bacon
- Biology, Medicine
- Applied and environmental microbiology
- 1 July 1978
Cotton fibers and various cell wall preparations from grass leaves and from the feces of sheep fed on dried grass were placed in the sheep rumen in bags made from 5-mum-mesh nylon cloth. After… Expand
The origin of melezitose: a biochemical relationship between the lime tree (Tilia spp.) and an aphis (Eucallipterus tiliae L.).
The measurement of aconitase activity in the leaves of various normal and variegated plants.
The carbohydrates of the Jerusalem artichoke and other Compositae.
more easily prepared from the dahlia tuber (cf. McDonald, 1946). ('Artichoke' is used to indicate Jerusalem artichoke throughout this paper.) It has long been evident (cf. Tanret, 1893a, b) that… Expand
Fructose and glucose in the blood of the foetal sheep.
The action of mould enzymes on sucrose.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INVERTASE ACTIVITY IN SLICES OF THE ROOT OF BETA VULGARIS L. WASHED UNDER ASEPTIC CONDITIONS.
1. When disks of root tissue from sugar or red beet (Beta vulgaris L.) are washed in running aerated tap water the sucrose contained in them disappears and glucose and fructose are formed. 2.… Expand