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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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However, the addition of torula yeast substantially improved recruitment to baits.
Among the plant protein sources, fishmeal with torula yeast produced the highest growth rate (91 [micro]m/day) (Table 5).
2010), proteinaceous baits such as torula yeast, Nulure, and Captor, together with dry lures such as Biolure, have been the most commonly studied lures for monitoring this pest in the Americas.
Preliminary evaluation of selected nutrient composition of two life stages of Artemia salina before and after feeding an enriched Torula yeast product.
KO-HJIN Life Sciences derives its L-Glutathione through a signature process involving Torula yeast.
Utilization of cattle manure for torula yeast production from straw hydrolysates.
Comparison of Mexican fruit fly (Diptera: Tehpritidae) capture between McPhail traps with torula and Multilure traps with biolures in south Texas.
The downsizing of Cuba's sugar industry sharply cut the supply of molasses, torula yeast and other valuable nutritional supplements.
They also capture female Bactrocera and Anastrepha species fruit flies, although it has been shown that for Anastrepha species they may not be as effective as Multilure traps baited with either two-component BioLure (ammonium acetate and putrescine) or with liquid protein baits such as torula yeast/borax (Epsky et al.
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.