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Help with yeast growth...

Jose Maria Ortega Ruiz mi1orruj at lucano.uco.es
Tue Jun 17 05:15:56 EST 1997


On Mon, 16 Jun 1997, Interglow Nutritional Systems wrote:

> I am having a small problem with yeast contaminating one of our products.  I 
> want to test a new batch of the product as it is packaged to be sure that the 
> problem has been solved.  
> 
> Can someone suggest the optimal temperature for growing yeast?   Approximately 
> how long would one have to grow a yeast culture at this temperature to have 
> the growth be "overgrown"?
> 
> Thank you for any replies.
> 
> 
hello, we usually grow yeast between 25-28 grades centigrades.The 
exponential phase finishes by 48 hours after inoculation.
	We hope this solve your problem.
		Regards!!!!!> 



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