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Yeast-like fungi which are nuisances in yeast production 2 Conditions for the development of yeast-like fungi



Yeast-like fungi which are nuisances in yeast production 2 Conditions for the development of yeast-like fungi



Izv Vyssh Ucheb Zavedenii Pishch Tekhnol: 60



Cultures of Saccharomycetes and yeast-like fungi grew best on media with a pH of 5.6-6 with continuous aeration. Yeast-like fungi grew more rapidly than Saccharomycetes at pH 2. Candida krusei and C. mycoderma have a powerful reducing capacity. When grown with continuous aeration, they produce a larger energy decrease in the oxidation-reduction potential (in volts) (Eh) and negative logarithm of the H2 pressure (rH2) or the medium than cultures of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

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