Mixed sugar fermentation by Pichia stipitis , Sacharomyces cerevisiaea , and an isolated xylose-fermenting Kluyveromyces marxianus and their cocultures

@inproceedings{Rouhollah2013MixedSF,
  title={Mixed sugar fermentation by Pichia stipitis , Sacharomyces cerevisiaea , and an isolated xylose-fermenting Kluyveromyces marxianus and their cocultures},
  author={Hamidimotlagh Rouhollah and Nahvi Iraj and Emtiazi Giti and Abedinifar Sorah},
  year={2013}
}
  • Hamidimotlagh Rouhollah, Nahvi Iraj, +1 author Abedinifar Sorah
  • Published 2013
A yeast strain with higher rates and yields in the fermentation of glucose, mannose and galactose in semiaerobic conditions than Pichia stipitis and Sacharomyces cerevisiae and ethanol tolerance than P. stipitis, was isolated from sugarcane baggase from Iranian resources. This strain that can ferment xylose with lower rates and yields than P. stipitis is characterized as Kluyveromyces marxianus. The ability of K. marxianus to ferment mixed sugars comprised of 30 g/l glucose, 30 g/l xylose, 12 g… CONTINUE READING
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