Resistance of Yeast Species to Benzoic and Sorbic Acids and to Sulfur Dioxide.

@article{Warth1985ResistanceOY,
  title={Resistance of Yeast Species to Benzoic and Sorbic Acids and to Sulfur Dioxide.},
  author={Alan D. Warth},
  journal={Journal of food protection},
  year={1985},
  volume={48 7},
  pages={
          564-569
        }
}
Effects of sorbic and benzoic acids and SO2 on the growth and survival of 12 strains of yeasts, differing widely in their preservative resistance, were studied. Exponential phase cultures not adapted to preservative were tested under anaerobic conditions at pH 3.5. In general, species tolerant of one preservative were also tolerant of the others, but significant differences in the relative effectiveness of the preservatives were found in some species. Maximum tolerated levels of benzoic acid… CONTINUE READING
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