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torula

(ˈtɔːjʊlə; ˈtɒrjʊlə)
n
(Biology) any of various species of fungal microorganisms similar to yeasts
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Among the numerous liquid protein baits, agencies primarily use torula yeast/borax solutions for detecting and monitoring Anastrepha spp.
Adult flies were maintained within mesh cages (25x25x25 cm), allowed ample access to water and fed ad libitum with torula yeast and sugar.
Comparison of Mexican fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) capture between McPhail traps with torula and multilure traps with biolure in south Texas.
Etanol combustible y alcohoquimica, alcoholes de diverso peso molecular, ron y aguardiente, acetona, butanol, levadura para el consumo humano y panaderia, autolizados de levadura, torula, invertasa, melaza de alta proteina, alfa-amilasa, Azotobacter, Rhizobium, C[O.
Contract awarded for Torula Medium Transport / Bladder / Ml Sodium Chloride In September 3000
funiculosum 5 - - - - - Phoma humicola 9 14 10 9 4 - Scopulariopsis brevicaulis - 4 - - - Stachybotrys chartarum 16 31 - 20 16 - Sterile mycelia 17 9 16 7 9 18 Torula herbarum - 10 - 2 - - Trichothecium roseum - - - - - - Trichoderma hamatum - - - - - - Ulocadium atrum 22 49 28 23 46 52 Total counts 274 359 269 266 232 282 No.
Os primeiros rumores de que o Cr poderia ter papel no metabolismo de carboidratos se remontam na decada de 50, quando foi observado que ratos alimentados com uma dieta a base de levedura Torula ter desenvolvido intolerancia a glicose, e quando o concentrado de levedura de cerveja seca foi oferecido aos ratos a intolerancia foi invertida (Masharani e colaboradores, 2012).
2004) found that lactose fermenting yeast were Kluyveromyces lactis and Kluyveromyces marxianus, Torula kefir, while non-lactose-fermenting yeast was Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Schwarz was again surprised to find that when he switched the source of protein in the rats' diet from torula yeast to baker's yeast, they no longer developed liver disease.