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Torula

(tor′ū-lă)
Former name of a genus of yeastlike organisms, now called Cryptococcus.
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cucurbitae (Coquillett), were captured in greater numbers in traps baited with torula yeast-borax than CeraTrap.
A fructose and torula yeast hydrolysate diet for the irradiated Mexican fruit fly adult, Anastrepha ludens (Loew), and its effect on male longevity.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of both phenylacetaldehyde and 1,4-DMB for attractiveness in traps relative to fresh and aged torula yeast, a protein bait used for tephritid fruit fly monitoring.
As a result, more females are typically attracted to sources of protein (e.g., Torula yeast) than males (Aluja & Rull 2009, Bateman 1972).
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The objective of the present study was to gather additional data regarding captures of a closely related species, the melon fly, Zeugodacus cucurbitae (Coquillett), in traps baited with a torula yeast and borax (TYB) solution (a standard food lure) compared with traps baited with the cucumber volatile (CV) plug.
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Eggs collected from the respective crosses were raised on an artificial diet, which consisted of a blend of ground corn cob, torula yeast, granular sucrose, water, and preservatives.
The dry mix for the artificial diet was made up from the following ingredients per 267 kg: 50 kg soy flour, 25 kg wheat germ, 4 kg torula yeast, 690 g corn oil, 11.33 kg agar, 9.81 kg cane sugar, 16.8 g alphacel, 0.646 g methylparaben, 0.82 g potassium sorbate, 683 g fumidil B, 4.3 g chlortetracycline, 50.76 g D calcium pantothenate, 25.92 g nicotinic acid, 12,96 g riboflavin, 12.96 g folic acid, 6,48 g thiamine hydrochloride, 6.48 g pyridoxine hydrochloride, 0.52 g biotin, 0.03 g vitamin B 12, 680 g choline chloride, 2.5 L acetic acid, 84 g red dye (made up from 336 g of Calco red No 1700 dye (American Cyanamid Corp)), 300 g sugar, and 5700 g wheat germ