Mutagenized conidia were grown in the Eggin's and Pugh medium with 2% xylose
2007) studied growth and xylose
consumption using Candida guilliermondii in the hydrolyzed liquor of sugarcane bagasse and found maximum growth at 48 h of fermentation.
3] full factorial design with three replicates in the central point (Table 1) to evaluate the influence of the mixture of inhibitors on xylose
bioconversion into ethanol by P.
The isolates appeared as small punctuate grayish white colonies on xylose
lysine deoxycholate agar after 24 hrs of incubation at 37[degrees]C.
Foraging preferences of ghost ants (A) when different sugars were offered simultaneously (Xy, Gl, Fr, Su, Tr, Me, Ra, Rh, M-H, and A-H denote xylose
, glucose, fructose, sucrose, trehalose, melezitose, raffinose, rhamnose, mealybug honeydew, and aphid honeydew, respectively); and (B) when different concentrations of sucrose were offered simultaneously.
Jackson S and Nicolson SW (2001) Xylose
as a nectar sugar: from biochemistry to ecology.
The addition of the carbohydrate biding domain to Thermotoga's xylose
isomerase successfully immobilized the enzyme to chitin beads.
Muthuvelayudham and Viruthagiri (2006) analyzed the influence of different carbon sources such as glucose, lactose and xylose
in submerged fermentation using three isolates of T.
Deinococcus bacteria are the only microorganisms that are able to co-assimilate all C6 and C5 sugars1 found in industrial biomass (glucose, xylose
, also arabinose, etc.
83 mol/mol for xylose
as the substrate for immobilized cell fermentation.
Molecular biologist Ron Hector, meanwhile, led work on the microorganisms needed to ferment xylose
During the challenge period, patients were given capsules containing either wheat or xylose
for 2 consecutive weeks.