Production of Enriched Biomass by Carotenogenic Yeasts - Application of Whole-Cell Yeast Biomass to Production of Pigments and Other Lipid Compounds

@inproceedings{Mrova2011ProductionOE,
  title={Production of Enriched Biomass by Carotenogenic Yeasts - Application of Whole-Cell Yeast Biomass to Production of Pigments and Other Lipid Compounds},
  author={I. M{\'a}rova and M. {\vC}ert{\'i}k and E. Breierov{\'a}},
  year={2011}
}
  • I. Márova, M. Čertík, E. Breierová
  • Published 2011
  • Chemistry
  • Yeasts are easily grown unicellular eukaryotes. They are ubiquitous microorganisms, occuring in soil, fresh and marine water, animals, on plants and also in foods. The environment presents for yeast a source of nutrients and forms space for their growth and metabolism. On the other hand, yeast cells are continuously exposed to a myriad of changes in environmental conditions. These conditions determine the metabolic activity, growth and survival of yeasts. Basic knowledge of the effect of… CONTINUE READING

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