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An inductionrepression model for growth of yeasts on glucosecellobiose mixtures



An inductionrepression model for growth of yeasts on glucosecellobiose mixtures



Biotechnology and Bioengineering 20(6): 927-935



An induction-repression model was presented which shows characteristic features of diauxic growth on a mixture of 2 sugars. Glucose is consumed first, and because of very strong catabolite repression, the cellobiose-consuming enzyme concentration is very low. It starts building up when glucose is exhausted in the system and then assumes a maximum value. The cellobiose consumption rate increases as the enzyme concentration builds up.

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DOI: 10.1002/bit.260200614


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