Acetate utilization and macromolecular synthesis during sporulation of yeast.

  title={Acetate utilization and macromolecular synthesis during sporulation of yeast.},
  author={Michael S. Esposito and R. E. Esposito and Mary Arnaud and Harlyn O. Halvorson},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  volume={100 1},
Acetate utilization and macromolecule synthesis during sporulation (meiosis) of Saccharomyces cerevisiae were studied. When diploid cells are transferred from glucose nutrient medium to acetate sporulation medium at early stationary phase, respiration of the exogenously supplied acetate proceeds without any apparent lag. At the completion of ascospore development, 62% of the acetate carbon consumed has been respired, 22% remains in the soluble pool, and 16% is incorporated into lipids, protein… CONTINUE READING


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