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Fermentation of Glucose

Fermentation of Glucose, the repressive effects of six lignocellulose degradation product on aldohexose fermentation by brewer's yeast and Zymomonas mobilis on sugar fermentation by Pichia stipitis and fungus shehatae were studied in batch cultures. harmful compounds were intercalary in variable concentrations and sequent inhibitions on growth and fermentation alcohol production were quantified. compound was shown to be a powerful substance of each growth and fermentation alcohol production by sugar chemical change yeasts and S. cerevisiae once it had been intercalary to the culture media at a amount of one g l−1. Fermentative activities of Z. mobilis were greatly sensitive to the presence of hydroxybenzaldehyde. Analysis of culture media extracts showed that a number of the inhibitors, notably compound and furaldehyde, might be assimilated by the tested microorganism strains that resulted within the partial recovery in each growth and fermentation alcohol production processes on prolonged incubation

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