Elaboration of a biopreparation from clarified ruminal content 40% v/v, enriched with peels from three fruits (pineapple, papaya and banana) 50% w/v, produced in slaughterhouses (Cerete, Colombia) and fruit shops (Monteria, Colombia) respectively, with the strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae
constitute a viable byproduct, which may contribute to the improvement of environment, by decreasing by-products caused in the livestock and fruit production.
Grapevine plants (Redglobe) with 90 days of cultivation were sprayed, seven days before inoculation (DBI), with: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
(SC), (Agromos, Alltech) at 2.
The Saccharomyces cerevisiae
strains 97, 222, and 225, tested in 50% (w [v.
Se utilizo la cepa Saccharomyces cerevisiae
var boulardii procedente del cepario de la Unidad de Investigacion en Microbiologia Ambiental (UIMA)--Seccion Micologia.
Bioethanol can be produced by many kinds of microorganisms, of which Saccharomyces cerevisiae
is the most employed species for industrial production (Widiastuti et al.
However, according to other authors, Saccharomyces cerevisiae
is undetectable on grapes [9,28].
is the main species of yeast employed for ethanol production at industrial level since this microorganism is easy to handle, shows no high nutritional needs, can easily withstand 10-15 % ethanol (10).
The most efficient FCR was observed in birds of group B fed diet containing yeast, followed by those of group C fed diet containing Toyocerine(r) and group D fed diet containing mixture of both Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Effects of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae
culture on ruminal bacteria that utilize lactate and digest cellulose.
This laboratory manual provides basic techniques in yeast molecular genetics and cell biology, methodologies for functional genomics, approaches to computational analysis, and the use of databases for analysis of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Based on the findings of a first clinical trial, which were recently published in the journal Digestive and Liver Disease, Health Canada has granted Lesaffre Human Care a new condition-specific claim for ibSium, the company's unique strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
es eucariota, anaerobia facultativa, la forma de su celula es elipsoidal de aproximadamente 5 mm de diametro, posee una temperatura optima de crecimiento entre 37-40[grados]C y se reproduce por gemacion multilateral, mas o menos cada 90 minutos.