ETHANOL PRODUCTION AND TOLERANCE IN GRANDE AND PETITE YEASTS.Citation formats

  • Authors:
  • Stephen W. Brown
  • David A. Sugden
  • Stephen G. Oliver

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ETHANOL PRODUCTION AND TOLERANCE IN GRANDE AND PETITE YEASTS. / Brown, Stephen W.; Sugden, David A.; Oliver, Stephen G.

In: Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology. Biotechnology, Vol. 34, No. 2, 06.1984, p. 116-120.

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Harvard

Brown, SW, Sugden, DA & Oliver, SG 1984, 'ETHANOL PRODUCTION AND TOLERANCE IN GRANDE AND PETITE YEASTS.', Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology. Biotechnology, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 116-120.

APA

Brown, S. W., Sugden, D. A., & Oliver, S. G. (1984). ETHANOL PRODUCTION AND TOLERANCE IN GRANDE AND PETITE YEASTS. Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology. Biotechnology, 34(2), 116-120.

Vancouver

Brown SW, Sugden DA, Oliver SG. ETHANOL PRODUCTION AND TOLERANCE IN GRANDE AND PETITE YEASTS. Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology. Biotechnology. 1984 Jun;34(2):116-120.

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Brown, Stephen W. ; Sugden, David A. ; Oliver, Stephen G. / ETHANOL PRODUCTION AND TOLERANCE IN GRANDE AND PETITE YEASTS. In: Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology. Biotechnology. 1984 ; Vol. 34, No. 2. pp. 116-120.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The authors demonstrate that the specific production rate of ethanol is always higher in a grande than in cytoplasmic petite mutant derived from it as long as the supply of O//2 to the grande culture is maintained at a level which will satisfy the demands of sterol biosynthesis without the induction of respiration. It is also shown that the petite mutant is more sensitive to the growth inhibitory effects of ethanol than its grande parent.",
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RIS

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AB - The authors demonstrate that the specific production rate of ethanol is always higher in a grande than in cytoplasmic petite mutant derived from it as long as the supply of O//2 to the grande culture is maintained at a level which will satisfy the demands of sterol biosynthesis without the induction of respiration. It is also shown that the petite mutant is more sensitive to the growth inhibitory effects of ethanol than its grande parent.

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