Combined biological and physicochemical treatment of baker's yeast
wastewater including removal of colored and recalcitrant to biodegradation pollutants, Water Science & Techno/ogy 50(5): 7-72.
Sprinkle yeast into warm water mixed with honey.
Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health have turned simple baker's yeast
into a virtual army of medicinal chemists capable of rapidly searching for drugs to treat Parkinsona[euro](tm)s disease.
The advantage of using baker's yeast
is that it reduces bread's fermentation period and results in a faster rise.
The machine, named Adam, was able to identify previously unknown genetic processes in baker's yeast
Lots of old recipes run something like this: put fruit juice into a crock, float a piece of toast with some baker's yeast
on top, and leave it for two weeks.
A low sodium, natural yeast extract, Gistex HUM LS is derived from the extracts of primary grown baker's yeast
2006) have modelled the drying performance of granular baker's yeast
where the moisture diffusion limitation in the granules was neglected.
In a recent study, University of Southern California researchers report that the combination of dietary restriction and knocking out two genes allowed baker's yeast
to live 10 times longer than its normal life span--without any adverse effects.
It's an "ice-structuring protein," or ISP, that delays dripping via a fermentation process that utilizes baker's yeast
to keep ice pops from slipping off the stick prior to consumption.
This supplementary text for students of cellular biology describes how the single-celled baker's yeast
Saccaromyces cerevisiae differentiates into three distinct cell types.
A miniaturized microbial fuel cell generating electrical power from the metabolism of microbes such as baker's yeast
using glucose and oxygen has been developed.