1887

Abstract

SUMMARY: At high aeration rates in submerged culture, lard oil (mainly glycerides of oleic and stearic acids) may be utilized by as a source of carbon in preference to carbohydrate. At relatively low aeration rates, carbohydrate serves as the principal carbon source.

Enzymes involved in the utilization of lard oil appear to be synthesized by the growing mycelium, this synthesis being favoured by conditions of high aeration.

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1953-04-01
2020-01-19
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