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Abstract

is shown to be tolerant of a wide range of acidities and of sugar and salt concentrations, but sensitive to temperatures above 35° unless protected by a small quantity of sugar in the medium.

A limited investigation into the vitamin nutrition and nitrogen requirements of the yeast is reported.

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