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Simultaneous action of environmental factors on growth of candida utilis in chemostat culture

, : Simultaneous action of environmental factors on growth of candida utilis in chemostat culture. Mikrobiologiya 50(5): 869-872

The effect of CO2 and C-containing metabolites on the growth of C. utilis was studied under the conditions of phosphate limitation. The limiting factor and the hydrocarbonate form of CO2 act simultaneously on the yeast growth, decreasing its rate. The threshold concentration of the limiting factor remained unchanged. C-containing metabolites produced a similar action on the chemostat yeast culture. The factors limiting the rate of the yeast growth did not switch over.

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