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||Fonseca G. G., Gombert A. K., Heinzle E., Wittmann C. Physiology of the yeast Kluyveromyces marxianus during batch and chemostat cultures with glucose as the sole carbon source. FEMS Yeast Research, 7: 422–435, 2007 p.426 table 1PubMed ID17233766
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||p.423 right column 2nd paragraph:"With the aim of increasing [investigators'] knowledge on the macroscopic physiology of K. marxianus, [they] performed batch and continuous bioreactor cultivations of this yeast under welldefined conditions, and carried out measurements which
allowed [them] quantitatively to describe growth, substrate consumption, metabolite formation, biomass composition and respiratory parameters, when glucose is used as the sole carbon source."
||p.428 right column 2nd paragraph:"The value obtained in the present work for growth at 0.1 h^-1 and 30°C compares well with that reported by Hensing (1994) for growth of the same strain on sucrose at 0.2 h^-1 at the same temperature (Table 1). However, Postma & van den Broek (1990), who cultivated the same strain under analogous conditions, obtained biomass yields of 0.43 g DW g^-1 glucose for steady-state chemostats at 0.1 and 0.2 h^-1, which are lower than the values obtained in the present work (Table 1)." See notes beneath table