torula yeast


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torula yeast

(tôr′yə-lə, -ə-lə, tŏr′-)
n.
A protein-rich product made from the yeastlike fungus Candida utilis (formerly Torula utilis), used as a food additive and in animal feed.
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Chrysoperla carnea, Artificial diet, Casein, Protein hydrolysate, Torula yeast, Nu lure.
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.
Among the plant protein sources, fishmeal with torula yeast produced the highest growth rate (91 [micro]m/day) (Table 5).
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.
A torula yeast factory is located at the Perucho Figueredo mill, and alcohol is produced at the Heriberto Duquesne sugar mill.
In addition to sugar, the province's mills also produce alcohol and torula yeast.
Torula yeast or hydrolyzed proteins are the most commonly used lures to monitor populations of A.
capitata in coffee in Hawaii found that the Multilure trap baited with the three-component BioLure significantly outperformed Multilure traps baited with two-component BioLure or Torula yeast, and Phase 4 traps baited with both two- and threecomponent BioLure.
The diet designated WKB+F in this study was similar to the diet described by Marti & Carpenter (2008) except that it contained torula yeast (96 g) instead of brewer's yeast (186 g), 540 g of white kidney beans (instead of 630 g), and 180 g of fishmeal.