Simultaneous utilization of glucose and xylose byCandida curvata D in continuous culture View Full Text


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DATE

1988-01

AUTHORS

Luis Heredia, Colin Ratledge

ABSTRACT

Of ten, mainly oleaginous, yeasts examined for the ability to use glucose and xylose simultaneously, only one,Candida curvata D, was found which could do so. This yeast was examined further in a single-stage chemostat wherein it produced similar biomass yields, lipid contents and fatty acids on glucose plus xylose mixed in varying proportions. This oleaginous yeast would therefore be capable of growing on hydrolysed wood and straw wastes as a potential source of single cell oil. More... »

PAGES

25-30

Journal

TITLE

Biotechnology Letters

ISSUE

1

VOLUME

10

Author Affiliations

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