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HYDROXY FATTY ACID GLYCOSIDES OF SOPHOROSE FROM TORULOPSIS MAGNOLIAE
The oil formed during fermentation by a strain of Torulopsismagnoliae consisted mainly of partly acetylated 2-O-β-D-glucopyranosyl-D-glucopyranose units attached β-glycosidically to 17-L-hydroxyoct...
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EXOCELLULAR ALGINIC ACID FROM AZOTOBACTER VINELANDII
Azotobactervinelandii produces a partly acetylated exocellular polysaccharide which consists mainly of D-mannuronic acid units and a small proportion of L-guluronic acid units. It resembles alginic...
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Yeasts in Natural and Artificial Habitats
A Guide to the World of the Yeasts.- 1 Historical Introduction: Yeasts and Man in the Past.- 2 Taxonomy: The Names of the Yeasts.- 3 Ecology: Where Yeasts Live.- 4 Ecology: The Bad Guys: Pathogens ofExpand
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THE FERMENTATION OF LONG-CHAIN COMPOUNDS BY TORULOPSIS MAGNOLIAE: I. STRUCTURES OF THE HYDROXY FATTY ACIDS OBTAINED BY THE FERMENTATION OF FATTY ACIDS AND HYDROCARBONS
The yield of extracellular glycolipid produced by Torulopsis magnoliae is increased three-to five-fold by the addition of suitable compounds to the growing culture. The supplement, which can be aExpand
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Studies on the formation of D-arabitol by osmophilic yeasts.
  • E. Blakley, J. Spencer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology
  • 1 December 1962
The formation of D-arabitol by a strain of osmophilic yeast has been studied. Both D-ribulose and D-xylulose were good substrates for the respiration of yeast, but D-xylulose was a better growthExpand
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The utilization of D-amino acids by yeasts.
Ninety-one strains of yeast from 19 genera were examined for their ability to utilize single L- and D-amino acids as the nitrogen source for growth. Eighty strains from 17 genera were able to grow onExpand
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Tricholoma nudum as a source of microbiological protein.
Tricholoma nudum is approximately equivalent to fodder yeast in protein content (Reusser et al., 1957a). Its mycelium is nontoxic to animals (J. M. Bell, Personal Communication) and grows well onExpand
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AN EXOCELLULAR MANNAN, ALTERNATELY LINKED 1,3-β AND 1,4-β FROM RHODOTORULA GLUTINIS
The yeast, Rhodotorula glutinis, gives an exocellular mannan containing 1,3-β- and 1.4-β-D-mannopyranose residues arranged in a straight chain of at least 90 units. Consecutive 1,3-β links are absentExpand
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Structure and reactions of lactonic and acidic sophorosides of 17-hydroxyoctadecanoic acid
The complete structures of the major components of the mixture of lactonic and acidic sophorosides of 17-L-hydroxyoctadecanoic acid, which is produced by a yeast of the genus Torulopsis, have beenExpand
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THE OCCURRENCE IN THE HOST PLANT OF PHYSIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE GUMS PRODUCED BY CORYNEBACTERIUM INSIDIOSUM AND CORYNEBACTERIUM SEPEDONICUM
Corynebacterium insidiosum and Corynebacterium sepedonicum, the causative agents of bacterial wilt of alfalfa and of potato ring rot, produce viscous polysaccharide solutions when grown in shakenExpand
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