Ethanol production from a mixture of glucose and xylose by Co-culture of Pichia stipitis and a respiratory-deficient mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

@inproceedings{Taniguchi1997EthanolPF,
  title={Ethanol production from a mixture of glucose and xylose by Co-culture of Pichia stipitis and a respiratory-deficient mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae},
  author={Masayuki Taniguchi and Toshihiro Tohma and Takahiro Itaya and Michihiro Fujii},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract The effect of oxygenation on ethanol production from xylose or glucose by Pichia stipitis in batch culture was investigated. The fermentation parameters with respect to ethanol production by P. stipitis were strongly dependent on the oxygen transfer rate (OTR). On the basis of OTR values, the relationship between the optimum specific oxygen uptake rate ( q O 2 ) and maximum specific ethanol production rate (( q p ) max ) was evaluated. The optimum q O 2 for ethanol production was 14.3… CONTINUE READING

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