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Abstract

SUMMARY: was grown in a chemostat, at several dilution rates, in media containing growth-limiting concentrations of glucose, xylose and ethanol; it was similarly grown in an NH -limited medium (carbon source, glucose). The ‘steady state’ rates of oxygen uptake of cultures, and values for washed suspensions of organisms separated from the cultures and incubated with each substrate, were determined at each dilution rate. Differences in oxidation rates indicated quantitative changes in the ‘constitutive’ enzyme content of organisms, which varied according to the growth rate and/or the nature of the growth-limiting substrate. The significance of these changes in terms of metabolic regulation and economy of enzyme synthesis is discussed.

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1965-10-01
2019-10-20
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