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Investigations of the wine fermenting yeasts in Italy. With a note on the yeasts of malt from grapes Frankenthaler cultivated in a hot house



Investigations of the wine fermenting yeasts in Italy. With a note on the yeasts of malt from grapes Frankenthaler cultivated in a hot house



Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek Jour Microbiol And Serol 20(4): 374-384



The geographical distribution of the various yeast spp. occurring during the fermentation of Italian wines was studied. Climatic influence was demonstrated. Spp. frequent in certain regions may be lacking in others. The assortment of yeasts occurring in a malt from Netherlands table grapes cultivated under glass was compared with that of wine yeasts.

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