Physiology of Saccharomyces cerevisiae(values of enthalphy in a medium of glucose with diferent concentrations of substact and temperatures)- Rate death of S.cerevisiae 303-1A URGENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

gavin gavin at zonvark.wustl.edu
Sat May 26 15:02:02 EST 2001

Prof. Edwin Battley has published a lot of work on the thermodynamics of
microbial growth, in particular S. cerevisiae on various substrates.  He
reported the delta Hf of the yeast as -133.13 kJ/carbon-mole of biomass.
See Thermochimica Acta 309, 17-37 for  details.

Gavin Chan
Earth & Planetary Sciences        Tel: (314) 935-4080
Washington University             Fax: (314) 935-7361
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"Cátia Calé" wrote:

> I need the article "temperature profiles of yeasts" in microbiology advances
> of physiology; 1984.It´s urgent until today 6 pm.If you have others
> doumentes about this subject please send me to this mail. The key words are:
> Saccharomyces cerevisiae 303-1A; enthalpy; death rate; medium glucose at
> diferent concentrations of this substract and temperatures. Physiology of
> this yeast.If you Know some mails about this send me.

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