Candida utilis

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Candida utilis

[¦kan·də·də ′yü·də·lis]
(microbiology)
An asexual yeast species used industrially in the production of single-cell protein for food and fodder.
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The effect of adding torula yeast to the gel formulations was tested by comparing recruitment to HAL gel baits containing combinations of (S)-methoprene 0.
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Glutathione peroxidase response to selenium intake in lambs fed a torula yeast-based, artificial milk.
Because Haliotis are naturally herbivorous animals with a digestive and enzymatic physiology equipped for processing plant materials, Shipton and Britz (2001) studied the partial and total replacement of fishmeal with selected plant protein sources (soy meal, sunflower meal, torula yeast, corn gluten, and Spirulinu) in diets for H.
1% Tween-20/1 x PBS, refixed for 20 min in 4% paraformaldehyde/1x PBS, washed again, and incubated with hybridization buffer (50% formamide, 5x SSC (sodium chloride sodium citrate), I mg/mL Torula RNA, 100 [micro]g/mL heparin, 1 x Denhardt's, 0.
The extracts will be based on the torula strain, which is unusual; this strain has a high protein content of 60%, contains all essential amino acids, the entire spectrum of B vitamins, minerals, trace elements and polyunsaturated fatty acids.
The company's fresh-baked Vegekibble for dogs is made of whole wheat and soy flour, corn meal, torula yeast, garlic, vegetable broth and a vegan supplement.
The artificial diet was obtained also from the NCSU Insectary and consisted of a mixture of wheat germ, casein, sucrose, torula yeast, Wesson salt mixture, sorbic acid, cholesterol, methyl paraben, streptomycin sulphate, agar, vitamin mixture (USB no.
The other products that contained vitamin D stated that the vitamin D was vegan (it was often derived from torula yeast).
Torula yeast is a high-protein product made from wood sugars as a by-product of the pulping process in papermaking.
Today's mexfly trap is a bottle that holds water and torula yeast--used as an attractant since the 1930's.
Torula yeast or hydrolyzed proteins are the most commonly used lures to monitor populations of A.