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Abstract

Although contents of triacylglycerols, free sterols and esterified sterols did not alter during the 3·5 h cell cycle of NRRL Y-900 growing synchronously under glucose limitation, changes were detected in the phospholipid content. Phospholipid:sterol molar ratios were lowest in organisms sampled after 2·5 h and highest in those analysed after 0·5 h of the cycle.

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