Stoichiometric (γ) and maintenance (m) coefficients for the glucose-limited continuous culture

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Organism Budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Reference Nissen TL et al., Flux distributions in anaerobic, glucose-limited continuous cultures of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Microbiology. 1997 Jan143 ( Pt 1):203-18. p.208 table 3PubMed ID9025295
Comments p.208 left column 2nd paragraph:"Table 3 lists the stoichiometric and the maintenance coefficients for ethanol, glucose and glycerol. It is observed that all the maintenance coefficients are very close to zero." p.209 left column top paragraph:"The decrease in Ysx observed by Verduyn et al. (1990) may be due to excess residual medium concentration of unsaturated fatty acids at high dilution rates which could lead to uncoupling of anabolic and catabolic processes (Viegas et al., 1989) and thus, a decrease in Ysx. However, the ? values listed in Table 3 are in good accordance with the values observed by Verduyn et al. (1990) at dilution rates lower than 0.20/h. Lidin et al. (1995) reports similar values although the maximum value of Ysx is found to be 0.09 g/g indicating that the culture may have been fed with a suboptimal concentration of unsaturated fatty acids." Ysx=Biomass. For abbreviations see 'compound' column in table 2 - link
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