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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The effect of adding torula yeast to the gel formulations was tested by comparing recruitment to HAL gel baits containing combinations of (S)-methoprene 0.
Among the plant protein sources, fishmeal with torula yeast produced the highest growth rate (91 [micro]m/day) (Table 5).
The Phase 4 trap is either performing very poorly or, on average, equal with trimedlure, BioLure, and torula yeast in detection of C.
A torula yeast factory is located at the Perucho Figueredo mill, and alcohol is produced at the Heriberto Duquesne sugar mill.
During the 4 weeks before the initiation of the experiment, 2 multilure traps/treatment, each baited every week with 3 torula yeast pellets, were installed in 2 central trees 16 m apart in order to determine the pre-treatment fly population density (Aluja 1993; Martinez et al.
In addition to sugar, the province's mills also produce alcohol and torula yeast.
since early studies found that torula yeast performed better than a number of other yeast formulations (Lopez et al.
Adult flies were maintained within mesh cages (25x25x25 cm), allowed ample access to water and fed ad libitum with torula yeast and sugar.
The most economical diet (AOII) with the best larval recovery in the previous test was used in further experiments by substituting torula yeast with another protein source.
Laboratory evaluation of diets of processed corncob, torula yeast, and wheat germ on four developmental stages of Mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae).