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torula

(ˈtɔːjʊlə; ˈtɒrjʊlə)
n
(Biology) any of various species of fungal microorganisms similar to yeasts
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For example, production of torula yeast--a protein-rich fodder obtained from residual molasses fermentation in a dozen plants throughout Cuba--has dropped by 95% in the past 20 years.
Cryptococcosis: Cryptococcus neoformans, which is also called Filobasidiella neoformans or Torula histolytica, is the most common cause of Cryptococcosis.
While the food bait used in Texas and Florida programs is a dry synthetic blend of food attractants (ammonium acetate and putrescine alone or in combination with trimethylamine), the food bait used in the California fruit fly detection system is an aqueous solution of hydrolyzed torula yeast-borax pellets (Burditt 1982; Scentry Biologicals Inc., Billings, Montana, USA).
Hedstrom (1988) evaluo la efectividad de la orina humana para atraer moscas del genero Anastrepha, la cual capturo diez veces mas moscas que la levadura Torula. En evaluaciones de la orina humana y heces de pollo, realizadas por Pinero et al.
Comparison of Mexican fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) capture between McPhail traps with torula and multilure traps with biolure in south Texas.
Contract awarded for Torula Stuard-Canula Traqueost.Canula Asp.Cerrada-Adapter Inh.
Para la infestacion artificial de los frutos se utilizaron larvas de tercer instar provenientes de una cria del Laboratorio de Cuarentena Vegetal del Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario (ICA) en Ibague (Tolima) alimentadas en dieta artificial compuesta por torula, benzoato de sodio, agar nutritivo, acido clorhidrico y agua.
2011) have investigated traps for silk flies and have used molasses, fresh corn, torula yeast, and a hydrolyzed corn protein preparation, Bio Anastrepha (Biocontrole Metodos de Controle de Pragas Ltda., Indaiatuba, Brazil) as bait.
In addition to sugar, the province's mills also produce alcohol and torula yeast.
Each trap was baited with 2 pellets (5 g) of Torula Yeast with borax (ERA Intl., Baldwin, New York) dissolved in 250 mL of water.
Six bucket traps baited with torula yeast were deployed in the blocks during the corn reproductive stages for a different experiment and captured a slightly different species proportion (903 captured flies: 67.5% E.