Torula

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Torula

(tor′ū-lă)
Former name of a genus of yeastlike organisms, now called Cryptococcus.

Torula

former name for cryptococcus.
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Production of Extracellular and Total Invertase by Candida Utilis, Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, and other Yeasts.
1977, "Extracelluar asparaginase from Candida utilis, its properties as glycoprotein and antitumor activities," Agric.
marxianus CON OTRAS FUENTES NUTRITIVAS Sustrato g/100g proteina Leu Lis Ser Candida utilis * Etanol 7,1 6,6 4,7 Candida utilis * Licores sulfiticos 7,6 4,8 5,6 Candida utilis * Melaza -- 7,5 3,8 Saccharomyces Melaza cerevisiae * 7,9 8,2 -- Kluyveromyces Suero fragilis * de leche 6,1 6,9 -- Este estudio Suero (K.
Yeasts isolated from coastal sediments, including Candida lypolytica, Candida maltosa, Candida tropicalis, Candida utilis, Debaromyces hansenii, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, have been reported to be capable of transforming polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (Cerniglia and Crow, 1981; Hofmann, 1986: McGillivray and Sharis, 1993).